Thursday, August 6, 2020

ParkLife’s 5th Annual Holiday Decorating Contest

It’s officially the season to start planning your decorations!

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ParkLife Real Estate 5th Annual Holiday Decorating Contest

Residents will be invited to submit their entry before December 14th. Typically, home styles fall into three different decorating categories: traditional, unique, or extravagant. While the last 2013 and 2014 winners fell into the traditional category, 2015’s winner fell into the extravagant category. Every year is up for grabs. Winners will be selected based on a community-wide vote. The more community support you garner, the better your chances.

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parklife holiday decorating contestTo celebrate the winner’s success, we will be putting together an extravagant prize package for 1st place. This year’s prize will be a “Coronado Local” gift basket valued over $250. That’s a lot of great reasons to get decorating.

2016 Time Frame:

Submission Period: November 25th-December 14th

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Voting Period: December 15th-21nd

Winner Announced: December 22nd

How to Enter:

Here on the island, we like to keep things simple. To enter, all you have to do is email a photo of your decorated home to Stephanie@parklifeproperties.com by 5:00pm on December 14th.

Contest Rules:

While we love the vibrant internal decorations, the contest is limited to decorations you can view from outside the home. After that, let your creative juices flow! Tinsel on the top of the house, the Grinch tiptoeing around the chimney, the three wise men on the front lawn. However you decide to make your house sparkle this holiday season is up to you.

Voting

Come December 15th, we will post all of the submissions to the ParkLife Facebook page. The home with the most “likes” by 5:00pm on December 21st will be declared the winner. All sharing, promoting, and encouraging of friends to vote is welcome. The more friends invited to the festivities, the better.

We will announce the winner on December 22nd. Stay tuned for the brilliant displays that will dot the island. It’s one of the many things that make living in Coronado so spectacular.

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