THE WINNERS OF THE HOLIDAY BUSINESS DECORATING CONTEST

THE WINNERS OF THE HOLIDAY BUSINESS DECORATING CONTEST

Results are in for the annual holiday decorating contest, which saw record numbers of Basin businesses compete for free local advertising from contest sponsors Hi-Desert Publishing and your Community Radio Station, Z107.7.  Assignment reporter Mike Lipsitz tells us where the holiday spirit shined the brightest…

For the third year in a row, Sunnyvale Garden Suites Hotel in Twentynine Palms takes first place for best exterior in the large business category for their twinkle-light-set-to-music spectacular that is made fresh and new each year. Tama’s Magic Mercantile in Yucca Valley takes second place, not for being the biggest, but for an enchanting outdoor display. And nearby Cherie Miller and Associates takes this year’s top honors for best large business interior; Hi-Desert Family Medical/Urgent Care on Church Street in Yucca Valley takes second place in large business interior. A New Creation Flowers and Gifts takes first place for best small business interior and AIM Rental Properties on the highway across from Vons takes second place in this crowded category. And for the season’s best decorated exterior in the small business category, Affordable Rentals in Yucca’s Old Town takes the prize for their rooftop winter wonderland. Go back toward Joshua Tree and right away you see why second place for best small business exterior goes to Joshua Tree Music.

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