Sixth Annual Lights on Augusta

Sassy on Augusta

(Greenville, SC)  Augusta Road Business Association (ARBA) presents the Sixth Annual Lights on Augusta, a Christmas decoration contest on historic Augusta Road sponsored by TALK Greenville Magazine.  Members of ARBA get in the spirit of the season with this light-hearted competition. They decorate their business or store front for the month of December and the winner will be decided by the community of Greenville, clients, customers, friends or visitors.

Paws & Claws

Lights on Augusta is designed to be a friendly competition that encourages community participation and camaraderie between businesses. Stores and businesses on the road decorate to celebrate the Christmas season and create a family fun tradition for clients, customers, loyal patrons and those who live or are just visiting Greenville. In the past there have been Elmo Christmas trees,  a spoof on The Christmas Story movie, and Pet’s Houses all a glow.

Voting is taking place online at www.onlyonaugusta.com. Voting will end on Saturday, December 31st.  Voters are encouraged to visit each participating business.

The Rock House Antiques won the 2015 competition. Second place went to Sassy on Augusta with Paws & Claws coming in at third place.

For more information on Lights on Augusta visit www.onlyonaugusta.com.

2016 participants include:
Alisa Marie Fine Lingerie, Berkshire Hathaway C. Dan Joyner, REALTORS, Kate Carlyle, Gage’s, L’s on Augusta, North Hills Automotive, Paisley & Paper, Paws & Claws, Pigtails & Crewcuts, Ponthieux’s Jewelry Design Studio, Reedy River Dentistry, Sassy on Augusta, The Elephant’s Trunk, The Pickwick Pharmacy & Soda Fountain, The Rock House Antiques and Vestique

About Augusta Road Business Association (ARBA):
Augusta Road Business Association is a coalition of businesses and residents who work together to establish a unified voice for the community. Our mission is to promote area advancement, economic development and provide support and communication for businesses along the Augusta Road corridor.

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