Voting Now Open for American Tobacco’s 2nd Annual Triangle Christmas Tree Challenge

ATC logo Voting Now Open for American Tobacco’s 2nd Annual Triangle Christmas Tree Challenge
Voting Open Through Sunday, Dec 18th

Triangle Christmas Tree ChallengeThe second annual Triangle Christmas Tree Challenge invites merry makers to jingle all the way to Durham’s American Tobacco to take in a dazzling display of 60+ technicolor tanenbaums decorated by area nonprofits.

Vote for your fave, and help turn the holiday spirit into a sleigh-ful of prizes for some great causes.

The tree-mendous fun goes down at Diamond View Park (between DPAC and DBAP), Dec 2-Jan 2. Six prizes — ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 — await the nonprofit elves behind the trees deemed “best decorated.”

Carollers, the immensely popular American Tobacco Tower Lighting and other programming will make the trees an even brighter must-see than Rudolph’s nose. So, let’s deck the halls and have a ball!

Cast your vote & find out more here.

Vonting began during the American Tobacco Tower Lighting event on Friday, Dec. 2 at 8pm. You can see the trees and vote online at WRAL.com or TriangleTreeChallenge.com

All-star judges will select their overall favorite on the final day of voting — Sunday, Dec.18. WRAL 10pm News on FOX 50 will announce the winners on Friday, Dec. 22nd.

The Triangle Christmas Tree Challenge is brought to you by American Tobacco, Fox 50, WRAL.com and Grifols.

Thanks to American Tobacco for contributions to this capcom story & for this capcom graphic.

 

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