||American Tobacco Celebrates Holidays with Month-long Jingle Bull Bash
Lucky Strike Tower Lighting Ceremony on Friday, December 3rd
American Tobacco is the busiest workshop this side of the North Pole!
The Jingle Bull Bash, a season-long celebration featuring high energy events both familiar and totally fresh. Starting Dec. 3 through Jan. 2, the Jingle Bull’s marquee moments include:
The all-new Triangle Christmas Tree Challenge: The Challenge invites non-profits and supporters to decorate one of 50 Christmas trees to be displayed on campus throughout the Jingle Bull Bash. Six prizes — ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 — await the non-profits behind the trees deemed “best decorated.”
Fans will select the top three winners by texting their votes starting at 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 3 through Dec. 16. All-star judges will select an overall favorite on the final day of text voting (standard rates may apply).
You can view the trees at WRAL.com. WRAL News on FOX 50 will announce the winners on Friday, Dec. 17th. Brought to you by FOX 50, WRAL.com, Duke Energy and the Triangle Community Foundation.
The Cool Yule Countdown: American Tobacco’s Annual Tower Lighting: Join thousands of revelers on Friday, Dec. 3 at 7pm as they ring in the season with this Triangle tradition. From the Durham Public School Choral Groups that fill the campus with music to the countless water tower lights that fill the sky with joy, the Cool Yule Countdown is a must. Plus, arrive early and pick up complimentary stocking stuffers: a light wand sponsored by Duke Medicine.
Home Makeover: Gingerbread Edition: Feast your eyes on elaborate model gingerbread homes in the Strickland Lobby, Dec. 3 through Jan. 2, constructed by Habitat for Humanity of Durham – Youth United.
Seasonal Spectaculars at the Durham Performing Arts Center: Catch “A Christmas Carol,” Dec. 4-5; “The Twelve Days of Christmas featuring Vince Gill and Amy Grant,” Dec. 14; and “The Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker,” Dec. 22. After the shows, toast the season and eat hearty at one of American Tobacco’s holly jolly restaurants.
WRAL’s Coats for the Children: Donate new and gently used coats to help the Salvation Army assist families in need, Dec. 3 – Jan. 2. Make your donations in the lobbies of the Strickland, Crowe, Fowler, Diamond View I and Diamond View II buildings.
Thanks to ATC’s Valerie Ward for this capcom story & graphic.