National Night Out Returns! | Eastern North Carolina Now | Uptown Greenville participates in the 38th annual National Night Out, Tuesday, August 3rd from 5–8pm at Five Points Plaza.

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    GREENVILLE, N.C.     Uptown Greenville participates in the 38th annual National Night Out, Tuesday, August 3rd from 5pm-8pm at Five Points Plaza. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and public camaraderie to make our city a better place to live.

    This year's event will feature live music, food trucks, family activities, and more. The participating food trucks are: The Burp Wagon, Beeker's Brisket & BBQ, The Jerk Truck, William's Catering, Y'all Eat Yet, and Little Jimmy's Italian Ice. There will also be a dessert option for everyone's sweet tooth. DJ Regal will fill the air with lively music for all to enjoy.

    Plan on stopping by National Night Out and stand in solidarity with your community in the fight against crime. The event takes place in the heart of our city with many merchants only steps away. Great community, games and fun will fill the Uptown District.

    For more information, contact or visit the social media platforms below:

    Instagram: @uptowngville


  • Contact: Uptown Greenville

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