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Lucky Strike tower
American Tobacco’s Lucky Strike Tower is now a holiday site in downtown Durham.

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at American Tobacco.   The downtown Durham destination launched officially launched the holiday season on Friday, December 3, 2010, with the kick-off of the month-long Jingle Bull Bash.

Holiday Lights
American Tobacco lit the Lucky Strike water tower on the 3rd with fanfare befitting the season. WRAL-TV Anchor Gerald Owens emceed the event.

Decor Good Enough to Eat                                           

Wool E. Gingerbread
The Durham Bulls decorate a house, complete with snow Wool E. Bull.

Home Makeover:  Gingerbread Edition has now taken over the Strickland Lobby.  The houses will be on display through January 2nd.  The elaborate model gingerbread homes were constructed by Habitat for Humanity of Durham – Youth United, the American Tobacco staff and the Durham Bulls staff.

O Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree Challenge
Non-profits spend the afternoon decorating their entries for the Triangle Christmas Tree Challenge.

Non-profits decked the halls with Christmas tree décor that would make Santa proud.  Fifty different organizations decorated trees that will be on display through the holidays. Check out the trees and text in your vote, the non-profits arev ying for cash prizes.  Find out more here.

Make the trek to Durham and enjoy the holidays with American Tobacco!

Thanks to ATC’s Valerie Ward for this capcom information & these capcom photos. Thanks to WRAL.com for the photos of the tower lighting. Thanks to CS’ George Habel for this capcom photo of Wool E.’s Gingerbread House.

 

Home Makeover: Gingerbread Edition at American Tobacco

Triangle Christmas Tree Challenge 2010

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