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Show Us Your Lights! Time to Shine for our LMUD Holiday Light Video!


It’s time for our 17th annual SusanvilleStuff Holiday Light Gallery Video! Each year we go out during the month of December and take video of Susanville and the valley’s most beautiful light displays for our big video gallery.

If you are proud of your light display, or see a light display we should include in our gallery, let us know. We will be out each evening this week taking video of the coolest displays we can find.

We have neat prizes from Lassen Municipal Utility District for winners in three categories: Best Theme Display, Spirit of the Season and Most Spectacular.

Our panel of judges will visit each entry and our top winners will each receive a $100 Energy Gift Card from Lassen Municipal Utility District.

Send us your address using the handy form below!

Deadline to submit your display is this Thursday, December 14th and our winners will be announced when we publish our video gallery on Christmas Eve.

    Here is a look at last year’s video!

    Lassen Municipal Utility District customers can exchange a non-perishable food item for a box of energy efficient LED Christmas lights as part of the utility’s annual “Food for Lights” collection drive. The food collected will benefit local food banks.

    The goal of program is to increase awareness and promote the use of LED lights in LMUD’s service territory while helping replenish local food bank shelves after the holiday rush.

    Lights are distributed to LMUD customers on a first-come, first-served basis, until supply lasts. There is a limit of one box per household for the first 200 customers.

    In addition to the light giveaway, LMUD offers a rebate of up to $3 per box to customers who buy EnergyStar qualified LED holiday lights. Visit www.lmud.org for program details and fill out the online rebate application.

    For more information, contact LMUD Public Relations Manager Theresa Phillips at 257-4174.

    To learn more about how LED’s can reduce your holiday energy use visit energystar.gov.

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