Uptown Greenville Illuminates the City | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    GREENVILLE, N.C.     Uptown Greenville is twinkling with holiday spirit and is hoping to create a brighter, more festive season in the Uptown District, with their annual holiday storefront decorating contest. The theme of this year's contest is "Illuminate Your City." Let's light up our center-city with holiday cheer!

    Many Uptown merchants created unique window displays incorporating holiday decorations, such as trees, snowmen, snowflakes, window art and most importantly...LIGHTS! All businesses in the Uptown district are eligible to participate.

    The organization recognizes the following businesses as official contest participants: Catalog Connection, Crossbones Tavern, East Carolina Massage, Emerge Gallery & Art Center, Fire American Tavern, Schroko's Hair Studio, Shave on Fifth, Crave, Sojourner, Starlight Café, Matt Holder Hair Dressing, Sup Dogs, High Life, Truly Yours, Bradshaw Rentals, Smash Waffles, and Uptown Brewing Company.

    The winners will be decided by popular vote. Stroll the streets of Uptown to view the illuminated storefronts. Cast your vote here for your favorite storefront decorations.

    The top three winners will each receive an Uptown Greenville gift card of their choice.

  • First Place: $100
  • Second Place $50
  • Third Place: $25

    Voting will end on December 12th at 5 p.m. The winners will be announced in the December 13th Uptown Greenville E-newsletter.

  • Contact: Uptown Greenville
  •     info@uptowngreenville.com

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"I Heard a Bird Sing" Local News & Expression, Holiday Spirit, Regional Spirit, The Region Washington City Council Meeting Agenda for December 11, 2017


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