With the holiday season just a few weeks away some people might need some help while entertaining so one grocery store family has decided to make it easier than pie. The United Family Market Street locations will be hosting their annual 'Entertaining Made Easy' expo as a way to help guests get ready to entertain for the holidays.

Customers will be able to go to any Market Street in Texas on November 4th or 5th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to see the different departmental displays. Every department will have some sort of display but there will also be opportunities to learn how to present different food items with some holiday flare. Various team members from the different departments will be showing guests how to easily make presentable holiday displays using the products within that department without having to break the bank or with much difficulty.

The 'Entertaining Made Easy' expo does encourage guests to bring their ideas they have for entertaining while also asking a Market Street employee for help in how to execute the idea. COO of the United Family, Chris James, does state that

This expo is really an opportunity for our guests to see all of the ways our Market Street teams can take their holiday gatherings to the next level,

While this event is a great way to get ready for the holidays it's not just holiday prep but also caters to any celebration preparation. So if you need help in entertaining for a birthday party, bridal shower, or Judith's (I don't know a Judith) retirement party the Market Street employees will be able to help you.

There will also be some free samples of food (try the holiday grapes) and drinks for anyone to try and see if they will fit those festive needs. This event is one weekend only, November 4th and 5th, but for any information you can go online to the Market Street website, social media, app or ask the concierge at any Market Street location.

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