Posted on December 25 2016
Christmas is a magical time of the year; it is time when children get to see Santa, and the Denver Zoo's Zoo Lights offers this opportunity to kids. The Zoo Lights is presented by Your Hometown Toyota Stores. Santa will be appearing at the Zoo's North Pole, which is presented by Bank of America. This jolly, old fluffy fellow is going to be leaving on December 23, but that does not mean that people will not be making that last effort to see him before he leaves. Those who attend the event will have access to holiday treats and a lot of Christmas-themed events that cannot be found anywhere else.Read More
Posted on April 14 2016
What happens to the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree once the lights dim for the last time? Throngs of people swarm New York to see this majestic tree rise for the first time. Audiences all over the world tuned in for the lighting ceremony that was broadcast on December 2nd of last year. All in all, 45,000 Christmas lights adorn this majestic 78 foot Norway Spruce as it is an iconic holiday landmark for the Big Apple. Now find out the rest of the story after the lights were turned off for the last time on January 6th, 2016.Read More
Posted on October 16 2015
While there are lots of ways to “super size” things in your life, most of them are kind of bad for you, but who could argue with really big Christmas lights? A new product has made its way to market for your holiday decorating needs. Really Big Lights are over a foot tall, are lit by LEDs and are designed to last for years.
What Makes Really Big Lights So Great?
Besides their huge size making them the largest holiday lights in the world, they have a universal hook system, making them easy to hang anywhere. Since they are LED powered, they are energy efficient, and have been UL approved. In addition, many lights can be linked together, increasing your decorating possibilities. The large, brightly colored lights also have a retro look about them, making them a unique centerpiece to any holiday lighting display.Read More
Posted on September 20 2015
While Christmas LED lights are some of the most energy efficient and brightest you can find, there are some mistakes that are commonly made by consumers when buying them. The result is that sometimes LED lights can get a misleading reputation from consumers that unknowingly made these mistakes and were dissatisfied with their purchases.
Here are some common mistakes by consumers who have bought LED lights.Read More
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