City, Lowe’s start bright partnership


CAFE partnered with the Christmas in the City Committee and Lowe’s of Clinton to bring the first Christmas in the City ‘City Lights’ decorating contest to Clinton. Pictured, from left, are: Beth Stewart, president of the Clinton Development Corporation; Russell Clark, manager of Lowe’s of Clinton; Michael Pope, president of CAFE (Clinton Area Foundation for Education); Joan Tsao, CAFE member; and Helen Kearns, member of the Christmas in the City Committee. Plans are already being made for a second annual City Lights contest, with discussion to again include CAFE. Kearns and Clinton Main Street Program Manager Mary Rose said they hope it will be a yearly event that can benefit CAFE or another non-profit partner. For the 2016 inaugural City Lights event, the contest registration fee of $20 guaranteed registrants’ homes were judged for the contest. They were mailed a $20 Lowe’s coupon valid with a purchase of Christmas lights and outdoor holiday décor from Lowe’s. Each voting district in the City of Clinton was judged separately, meaning five winners, one in each district. Winners were each awarded a $50 Lowe’s gift card and were also recognized with signs posted in their yards. Winners were: Travis Griffin, District 1; Teddy and Robin Owen, District 2; Alice Creech, District 3; Tamara Peterson, District 4; and Stan and Debbie Roberts, District 5.


CAFE partnered with the Christmas in the City Committee and Lowe’s of Clinton to bring the first Christmas in the City ‘City Lights’ decorating contest to Clinton. Pictured, from left, are: Beth Stewart, president of the Clinton Development Corporation; Russell Clark, manager of Lowe’s of Clinton; Michael Pope, president of CAFE (Clinton Area Foundation for Education); Joan Tsao, CAFE member; and Helen Kearns, member of the Christmas in the City Committee. Plans are already being made for a second annual City Lights contest, with discussion to again include CAFE. Kearns and Clinton Main Street Program Manager Mary Rose said they hope it will be a yearly event that can benefit CAFE or another non-profit partner. For the 2016 inaugural City Lights event, the contest registration fee of $20 guaranteed registrants’ homes were judged for the contest. They were mailed a $20 Lowe’s coupon valid with a purchase of Christmas lights and outdoor holiday décor from Lowe’s. Each voting district in the City of Clinton was judged separately, meaning five winners, one in each district. Winners were each awarded a $50 Lowe’s gift card and were also recognized with signs posted in their yards. Winners were: Travis Griffin, District 1; Teddy and Robin Owen, District 2; Alice Creech, District 3; Tamara Peterson, District 4; and Stan and Debbie Roberts, District 5.

CAFE partnered with the Christmas in the City Committee and Lowe’s of Clinton to bring the first Christmas in the City ‘City Lights’ decorating contest to Clinton. Pictured, from left, are: Beth Stewart, president of the Clinton Development Corporation; Russell Clark, manager of Lowe’s of Clinton; Michael Pope, president of CAFE (Clinton Area Foundation for Education); Joan Tsao, CAFE member; and Helen Kearns, member of the Christmas in the City Committee. Plans are already being made for a second annual City Lights contest, with discussion to again include CAFE. Kearns and Clinton Main Street Program Manager Mary Rose said they hope it will be a yearly event that can benefit CAFE or another non-profit partner. For the 2016 inaugural City Lights event, the contest registration fee of $20 guaranteed registrants’ homes were judged for the contest. They were mailed a $20 Lowe’s coupon valid with a purchase of Christmas lights and outdoor holiday décor from Lowe’s. Each voting district in the City of Clinton was judged separately, meaning five winners, one in each district. Winners were each awarded a $50 Lowe’s gift card and were also recognized with signs posted in their yards. Winners were: Travis Griffin, District 1; Teddy and Robin Owen, District 2; Alice Creech, District 3; Tamara Peterson, District 4; and Stan and Debbie Roberts, District 5.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_city-lights.jpgCAFE partnered with the Christmas in the City Committee and Lowe’s of Clinton to bring the first Christmas in the City ‘City Lights’ decorating contest to Clinton. Pictured, from left, are: Beth Stewart, president of the Clinton Development Corporation; Russell Clark, manager of Lowe’s of Clinton; Michael Pope, president of CAFE (Clinton Area Foundation for Education); Joan Tsao, CAFE member; and Helen Kearns, member of the Christmas in the City Committee. Plans are already being made for a second annual City Lights contest, with discussion to again include CAFE. Kearns and Clinton Main Street Program Manager Mary Rose said they hope it will be a yearly event that can benefit CAFE or another non-profit partner. For the 2016 inaugural City Lights event, the contest registration fee of $20 guaranteed registrants’ homes were judged for the contest. They were mailed a $20 Lowe’s coupon valid with a purchase of Christmas lights and outdoor holiday décor from Lowe’s. Each voting district in the City of Clinton was judged separately, meaning five winners, one in each district. Winners were each awarded a $50 Lowe’s gift card and were also recognized with signs posted in their yards. Winners were: Travis Griffin, District 1; Teddy and Robin Owen, District 2; Alice Creech, District 3; Tamara Peterson, District 4; and Stan and Debbie Roberts, District 5.
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