After six years of transforming our belltower into a nearly 40-foot-tall nameless nutcracker, we have decided to give our friendly giant a name, but we need your help! Nominations are open now through noon EST on Friday, Dec. 9, and the winning nominator will receive an awesome holiday gift package featuring items from some of PriceWeber’s beloved clients.
HOW TO NOMINATE:
As iconic as Clark Griswold, Kevin McAlister or Buddy the Elf himself – it’s time our nutcracker joins the nice list with an official name. To submit your name nomination, fill out the form below. (Go nuts with it and get creative!) If the same name is submitted numerous times from multiple community members, a drawing will be held to select one nominator per name.
To submit your nomination, click here
HOW TO VOTE:
Following nominations, we will select our top three favorite names and open the voting to the public. Starting Monday, Dec. 12, through Friday, Dec. 16, jingle all the way to our social media pages to vote for your favorite name in the comments – the stakes are high, 39 feet and six inches high, so vote wisely!
HOW DO I KNOW IF I WIN?
We’ll contact you directly by Tuesday, Dec. 20. The winner will be announced Wednesday, Dec. 21, on our social media pages.
WHAT’S MY MAJOR AWARD?
The community member who submits the winning nutcracker name will not only receive the ultimate bragging rights, but they’ll also receive a PriceWeber client appreciation prize package valued at an estimated $1,000. The package includes tasty treats from The Hershey Company and Amplify Snack Brands, a gift card to Homemade Ice Cream & Pie Kitchen, swag from the Louisville Regional Airport Authority, a water bottle courtesy of the Louisville Water Company, a family membership to the Louisville Zoo, a gift card to treat yourself at Tranquility Salon & Spa, and a canvas print of Muhammad Ali photographed and signed by PriceWeber’s award-winning photographer, Dan Dry. Don’t worry, nothing is fra-gee-lay. Participants must live in Kentucky to win the local prize package.
To learn more, click here.