City sidewalks, business storefronts and landscaping throughout St. Clair Shores have been decorated for the " holiday lighting campaign.
Holiday light fans can travel Harper, cruise along the or keep on track to Nine Mile and Mack, to view impressive light and window displays—and your St. Clair Shores Patch is joining in the fun and competition of the city-wide lighting campiagn.
Patch is hosting the voting for the nearly month-long campaign as businesses compete in four categories:
- Best Exterior Holiday Decoration
- Best Holiday Window Display
- Most Extreme Holiday Decoration – “The Griswold Christmas Vacation” Award
- Favorite Holiday Shopping Tradition in St. Clair Shores
The best part of the campaign—besides seeing a displays from traditional to audaucious—residents, customers and visitors to St. Clair Shores will select the winners in each category.
Readers will be able to vote for top displays by listing a business name, and category, in the comments section below the story posted on www.stclairshores.patch.com during the campaign. Voting runs from from Nov. 21-Dec. 16.
Voters will need to register to be a Patch user by filling out a few items at http://stclairshores.patch.com/login. Don't worry, you won't receive spam by registering on Patch. In fact, Patch will be randomly selecting votes each week to receive prizes provided by St. Clair Shores businesses. This way we will be able to contact you for your prize!
At the conclusion of the campaign, a grand prize winner will be selected from all the votes cast.
Participating businesses are asked to submit photos of their displays to Patch editor Edward Cardenas at email@example.com.
The winners and one runner-up in each category will receive plaques that will be presented at the St. Clair Shores City Council meeting on Dec. 19.
- Must be a U.S. resident.
- Must be 18 years or older.
- Entries will be accepted from now until 11 p.m., Dec. 16, 2011, for the fourth week of voting.
- Posts containing inappropriate or negative content will not be eligible for the prizes and will be removed from the site.
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Voters and business owners with questions about "Light the Shores" campaign by calling Edward Cardenas (586) 404-7927 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.