J & L Creative Nails and Owner Quynh Le pose with Becca Settle, chairwoman of Downingtown Main Street Association. They won with the popular vote in the first Decked Out Downingtown contest held by Downingtown Main Street Association.


The winners of the first Decked Out Downingtown contest held by Downingtown Main Street Association were J & L Creative Nails and Dane Décor

Borough businesses submitted photographs to the Downingtown Main Street Association (DMSA). Voting took place on Facebook from Dec. 10 through Dec. 16 for the popular vote winner, J & L Nails. The DMSA board also gave out a choice winner and selected Dane Décor.

J & L Creative Nails gathered 619 votes. Event organizers said it was decked out for the holidays with beautiful green swags adorning the front of the store and meticulously arranged window displays with winter scenes. Second place went to Flowers by Jena Paige with 461 votes. Event officials said the display was elegant and classy with a fresh floral twist. Bakers of Buffington placed third with 137 votes for Santa’s cake shop theme with elves baking in a winter wonderland kitchen.

Dane Decor President Hank Hamilton receives a certificate from Becca Settle, chairwoman of Downingtown Main Street Association

DMSA board choice was Dane Decor, because it said it has an impressive upside down (live!) Christmas tree.

“We are thrilled with the response from local businesses for our first-holiday decor contest,” Becca Settle, DMSA chairwoman said. “A big thanks to everyone who participated, helping to make our business district festive for the holidays.

Participating businesses included 30 East Salon, Bakers of Buffington, BeLaro Jewelers, Conley Kitchens & Bath, Creekside Antiques, Dad & Jac’s This and That, Dane Decor, H.G. Motorcar Corp, Kimberton Whole Foods, J & L Creative Nails, Flowers by Jena Paige, Pappy’s Repurposers and Studio 3 Custom Framing.

For more info on Downingtown Main Street Association visit: DowningtownMainStreet.com

Source: Daily Local