Which 2023 Warren Walkabout design is your favorite?

By Ethan Hartley
Posted 9/13/23

Three poster designs will now be voted on by the public until Friday, Sept. 22. The winner will be seen throughout town during the upcoming Warren Walkabout in October.

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Which 2023 Warren Walkabout design is your favorite?


The annual celebration of the autumnal season is right around the corner here in Warren, and you can have a say in how the Warren Walkabout is marketed throughout the coming weeks and throughout the four Sundays in October; where thousands will be drawn to shop, gawk, and talk throughout the town.

Three poster designs have been selected by Discover Warren among a larger pool of submissions, which will now be voted on by the public until Friday, Sept. 22.

The top vote getter will receive a cash prize and have their design used on all Walkabout marketing materials. The winner will be announced on Discover Warren’s website and social media pages on Sunday, Sept. 24.

Among the three designers includes a Somerset, Mass. resident, a Riverside resident, and a 15-year-old from Barrington.

The Warren Walkabout will occur on four upcoming Sundays in October (Oct. 8, 15, 22, and 29) from 12-5 p.m. Visit DiscoverWarren.com or their social media pages for more information in the coming weeks about the Walkabout.

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