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2010 Greater Syracuse Business of the Year
C.R. Fletcher Associates, Inc.
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Thanksgiving Week in Central New York!

The week of Thanksgiving is finally here.  Many individuals will find themselves hitting the road this Thanksgiving, to visit family and friends that are both near and far. According to, AAA is projecting 43.6 million Americans will travel 50 miles of more from home during this Thanksgiving holiday.

Over the next few days, you may find yourself receiving those “friendly” reminder phone calls from brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, in-laws etc., letting you know when they are going to be arriving at your house for the much anticipated Thanksgiving Feast.  Like others, you may asking yourself right around now “Why again did I volunteer to host Thanksgiving this year?”

To help you avoid frantically searching for fun and affordable options in the area to keep your family and friends entertained, we have helped put together a brief list for you, to help you see the best that Central New York has to offer!

Looking to get in some exercise and enjoy the weather before the Thanksgiving feast?
How about a  quick “Turkey-Trot”?
44th Annual Turkey Day Races: Thursday November 22, 2012 at 8:45am in Baldwinsville, NY

Have guests staying through the weekend and looking for something “kid friendly”?
23rd Annual Wegmans Lights on the Lake: Now-January 6th in Liverpool, NY

Looking to take in some of the Arts that Central New York has to offer?
Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas”: November 23rd & 24th 8pm at Syracuse Stage

Check Thanksgiving off the list and thinking about Christmas?
Annual Tree-Lighting Ceremony: November 23rd in Clinton Square (Downtown Syracuse)

Love Wine & Chocolate?
AmeriCU Wine & Chocolate Festival: November 24th NYS Fairgrounds

Black Friday?!?!
Looking to battle the crowds while searching for the best retail deals out there?!

Of course, these are just a handful of great events and places that family and friends may enjoy seeing this holiday during their visit!

Regardless of where you go this Thanksgiving please have a safe and wonderful holiday week!

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