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Firms hang it up every Christmas

Lighting installers also take it down, store it for clients

Posted: December 2, 2012 at 2:37 a.m.

Kyle Marino, an employee of Christmas Decor of Northwest Arkansas, decorates a magnolia tree in front of a home on East Bridgewater Lane in Fayetteville.

David Gretzmier, owner of Lighting Masters, thinks a home’s Christmas lights should evoke an emotional response.

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Business, Pages 61 on 12/02/2012

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