Judges will award $175 for first place, $125 for second place and $75 for third
Smokey Barn News Friday December 12, 2014 White House, Robertson County, Tenn.
White House Christmas Lights Contest – Cash Prizes!
Do you have a masterpiece of lights and display in your yard? Or maybe your neighbor is lighting up the night with their spectacular Christmas lights display? Have we got great news for you! The White House Chamber of Commerce and Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation have partnered to bring cash prizes to the best Christmas lights display in White House. There will be cash prizes for the first, second and third place winners in this year’s White House Christmas Lights Contest.
Just a quick drive through the community and you will be pleasantly surprised with the lights on display. There’s nothing better than loading the family in the car on a cold winter night on a search for the best lighting displays in your town. Take a page, or rather pin, from the Pinterest handbook and make it a grand affair. With Christmas carols playing, put on your pajamas, bring a thermos of hot cocoa and homemade Christmas cookies, load the family in the mini-van and make some memories courtesy of your neighbors in White House!
To enter the White House Christmas Lights Contest, decorate your White House area home that is within the CEMC service area, submit your entry with name, address and phone number to the Chamber office and make sure your lights are on every night during the judging period, December 19 through December 21.
A panel of judges will award $175 for first place, $125 for second place and $75 for third place. The decorations will be judged on their beauty and originality, not necessarily on the cost invested or the amount of decorations you have.
For more information or to enter your home or nominate a neighbor, call the White House Chamber of Commerce at 672-3937 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website or Visit us on Facebook
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