Entry Deadline Extended: Tuesday, Dec. 5

It’s that time of year again when we celebrate community as we light up Northern Colorado with the Pedersen Toyota Light Up NoCo Contest

And true to the time, you never know what Mother Nature might do to us in Northern Colorado. So, because she chose so much snow last weekend, we've extended the deadline to get out there and put the finishing touches on your dazzling displays.

Here’s how to enter and vote for Light Up NoCo

  1. Submit entries. Now through Dec. 5, please send us pictures of your favorite Christmas light displays with some info about them and where folks can drive by to see them in all their brilliance. Entrants can also tout their entry with a yard card. Signs are available at Townsquare Media, 600 Main St., Windsor, and Pedersen Toyota, 4455 S. College Ave., Fort Collins. 
  2. Check them out. Drive by and enjoy the lights live in person or right here on our website. 
  3. Pick the best. Take note of your favorites and their entry number.
  4. Place your vote. Then, come Dec. 7, return to our Northern Colorado Holiday Light Guide to vote for your favorite. 

Pedersen Toyota will award $1,000 to the winning Northern Colorado light display. The Fort Collins Toyota dealer also will give one lucky voter $500. 

Ready to light up Northern Colorado and send 2023 out with the brightest celebration ever? Show us those lovely Loveland lights, those festive Fort Collins spots, those great Greeley decorations and all those gnarly NoCo community Christmas displays. 

View all of the contest rules here.

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