Believe you or one of your neighboring Ashburn homes has the absolute best holiday light display around?
If so, then enter to win a contest that nets a $100,000 for the winning home’s school district!
Simply snap a picture of that home at its best and brightest and submit it online for a chance to win the grand prize!
Patch. com has launched a nationwide contest in search of the home with the best holiday decorations and Ashburn homes are definitely in the running! The winner will receive $100,000 for their local school district, with no strings attached. From now through December 26th, you can nominate a home in your Ashburn community by uploading a picture to the Patch.com website. During that time period you and your neighbors can vote for your favorite home.
One home in your Ashburn neighborhood will be chosen as the winner of Ashburn Patch. Homes with the most votes from each community will be forwarded to a national Patch judge that will choose the 24 finalists. Each finalist will get $500 to use towards their December electric bill. From December 30th through January 8th, you can vote for the Best Dressed House in the entire Patch community. The grand prize winner takes home $100,000 for their schools!
What could be better for the kids who live in Ashburn than $100,000 for the Ashburn school system? Light displays can be sophisticated or silly! Get out your holiday and competitive spirit and dress up your Ashburn home in the name of good cheer and for the kids of the community. Let’s see Ashburn decked out for the holidays like it’s never been decked out before! Enter your house or your favorite neighborhood house by clicking here. Then, browse photos all the currently uploaded entries and vote for your favorites! Time is running out so snap those photos and vote today!
The Patch “Deck the House” Contest is open to legal US residents who are 18 years of age or older and participation in the contest constitutes acceptance of all terms and conditions. The entry period began November 26th and ends December 16th. Only residential homes may be entered. For a complete list of official rules please click here.