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Main Street seeks pub crawlers' input on weekend event

By Melissa Crowe
Aug. 27, 2012 at 3:27 a.m.

Lourdes Charbula smiles for ear-to-ear as she leaves the Downtown Bar & Grill. She was one of 305 people who attended the first pub crawl Saturday evening.

Lourdes Charbula smiles for ear-to-ear as she leaves the Downtown Bar & Grill. She was one of 305 people who attended the first pub crawl Saturday evening.

Victoria Main Street wants to hear from Saturday's pub crawlers.

The survey will be used to track the event's successfulness.

Sara Rodriguez, interim director of the local Main Street program, said the survey was sent to everyone who registered online.

She hopes the bulk of the questionnaires will be submitted by the end of the week.

Event organizer Denise Rangel said she is excited the event worked out.

"It's not about drinking, it's about having fun," she said.

She said she was pleased with the wide age range of crawlers and creativeness of the participating venues.

She said she hopes downtown businesses will work together to start more walking events, and encouraged Victorians and visitors to make their own pub crawls.

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