‘Tis the Season To Light up the City | Beaufort County Now | Uptown Greenville is twinkling with holiday spirit as the annual holiday storefront decorating contest illuminates the streets of the Uptown District.

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‘Tis the Season To Light up the City

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    GREENVILLE, NC — Uptown Greenville is twinkling with holiday spirit as the annual holiday storefront decorating contest illuminates the streets of the Uptown District.

    Many Uptown merchants dedicated time creating magical holiday window displays incorporating decorations, such as trees, snowmen, snowflakes, nutcrackers, window art, and twinkling lights! All businesses in the Uptown District are eligible to participate.

    The organization recognizes the following businesses as official contest participants: Backdoor Skate Shop, Catalog Connection, Cryo 252, Emerge, Gary's Skin Graffix, Greenville-Pitt County Chamber of Commerce, Halo Home, High Life, Luna Pizza, MHAworks, Nucleus Uptown, Smashed Waffles, SoCo, Sup Dogs, The Shave on Fifth, The Sojourner, Truly Yours, UBE, and Uptown Brewing.

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

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

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

    Voting will end on December 22nd at midnight. The winners will be announced on December 23rd via Uptown Greenville social media platforms listed below:

    Instagram: @uptowngville
    Facebook: @UptownGreenville

    For more information, contact the Uptown Greenville office at 252.561.8400 or info@uptowngreenville.com. Happy Holidays!


  • Contact: Uptown Greenville
  •     info@uptowngreenville.com

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