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Christmas Light Contest 2013


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Ho ho ho ho...ha  ha ha ha ha ha....That's FUNNY!!!!!

 

Results didn't get posted last year till, what was it.....September??   And I think it was August the year before.

 

LOR may be good at customer service but they stink at anything involving a release date.

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If our video is already up on the light o rama website and haven't heard anything,  I take it we didn't win anything?

 

http://www1.lightorama.com/christmas-contest-2013-part-c/

No, they always post the submitted videos. Once they judge all the entries they will post the winners on the site. If you're not posted as one of the winners then you know you haven't won!

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I'm keeping a positive attitude, I know I won't win :)

I am positive that each year that I view your videos your displays gets way cooler.

 

I am also positive that I was lazy & I put up a meagre display in 2013.

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Am I missing something?....I'm looking for the 2013 contest winners of both contests and can't find either one!

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Jerry, Are you doing a show this year at the shop? Things are moving along well for the show this year. All props are almost finished as I am redoing the roof layout. The 5 trees on the northside of the yard will be RGB's and the Nativity Scene will be RGB this year. Needed to make that side of the yard a little brighter. LOL

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I am going to have both a Halloween and Christmas show this year.  Lots more RGB stuff, planning on dueling 7 foot  Mega  trees,  270 degree pixel -vs- 180 degree strip,  with   (6) 6 foot trees and (8) 2 foot trees as well as the usual rgb wall wash  singing trees and other stuff.  Not as big of course as your Awesome display but should be very bright.   I'm converting a Gemmy white stand alone packaged tree to RGB tree that will be stand alone running on a Raspberry Phi.

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Great. Can't wait to see it and I will be in full swing with the fire department helping this year. Donations will be for them !!!! It will be a bright year and I have started the plans for next year on the roof being a full matrix. Fonda said go for it !!! May even talk her into the mega tree change out to pixels. LOL

 

Jeff

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We will be posting the winners this weekend. The fault in delay is entirely mine. I will be giving the winners a little extra for the delay. I enjoy looking at each and every video but that takes 70-80 solid hours. I do delegate the work to teams of people who sort it down to the top 10 in each category and then I waste my time and look at them all anyway... Alex and I will spend a few hours this weekend and make the final decisions. 

 

Dan

Light O Rama, Inc. 

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Good news is, I am still way behind on my programming for this year, so I will be able to see what you like, and then incorporate to give me a chance of winning next year.

 

Have a fun weekend Dan, maybe next year when people submit they can have the option of donating pots of coffee to the judges, sounds like you are going to need a few.

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Okay, now you REALLY got my anticipation up, Dan! I keep hearing the ketchup song from the 70's.....anticipa-a-tion.  Did you mean next weekend from last week or this weekend from every time I check back. LOL. Just breakin' your ornaments, Dan....but I really am checking back...........just refreshed the page mid post in case I missed it......ok, I will shut up now.

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The winners names have been posted... Congratulations to everyone!

 

Who won the Shining Bright Contest for 2013?
 
Category 1:  Raymond Fassett of Livermore, California, USA (look for video 140)
Category 2:  Mike Ciske of Cedar Grove, Wisconsin, USA (look for video 50)
Category 3:  Bryan Bartlett of Ellicott City, Maryland, USA (look for video 252)
Category 4:  Chip Hranicky of Acworth, Georgia, USA (look for video 344)
Category 5:  Darren Huffty of Jacksonville, Florida, USA (look for video 357)
Category 6:  Jeffrey Lunn of Ayr, Queensland, Australia (look for video 136)
Category 7: Dustin Fluke of Topeka, Kansas, USA (see video 395)
Grand Prize: Jerald Nantze of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA (see video 259)

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