Mirabito Energy Products hosted it's Annual Holiday Gathering Saturday at the MetroCenter in downtown Binghamton.
The event was to benefit CHOW. It was open to the whole community. People ate Donuts and drank coffee. The children made holiday crafts, sang Christmas carols and they met Santa. All of this was to support a good cause.
"Everyone's always really excited. First of all everyone loves to help out their local community, but also they really love to come by here and meet Santa, meet everyone and talk to everyone and it's always just a great time here," said Brian Keefe, part of marketing at Mirabito.
There was no cost to attend the breakfast. Instead Mirabito asked for a canned food or non-perishable item to go to CHOW.
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