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Enchanted Christmas Returns to the Prescott Area Featured

Tracey Horn November 13, 2020 456

Enchanted Christmas Indoor Tour of Lights returns to Prescott Gateway Mall

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  • The Enchanted Christmas Indoor Tour of Lights will open on November 27th
  • This is the 7th year in operation
  • This is one of the largest displays of its kind in the Southwest
  • Bring a can of food for the Yavapai Food Bank and save $1 off your entry
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Enchanted Christmas Indoor Tour of Lights is BACK!!!

Prescott, AZ –  Presented by M&M Entertainment & Productions, Enchanted Christmas Indoor Tour of Lights will be opening their doors on November 27th, 2020 for the seventh year at 3250 Gateway Blvd, Ste 302.  Enchanted Christmas is an Indoor Holiday Light attraction with over 500,000 lights.  There are 18 themed rooms, a large Department 56 Christmas Village and a Model Railroad display by Point of Rocks Model Rail Road Club. The attraction is suitable for all ages and is wheelchair accessible.

Matt Brassard of M&M Entertainment and Productions says, “We’re pleased to be able to offer Enchanted Christmas to the public – especially this year. This is one of the largest displays of its kind in the Southwest and we know people want to have something special to do this holiday season. People can socially distance in our walk-thru displays and we ask that you to be personally responsible and safe when you come in. We are honored to bring it to the Prescott area for all to enjoy,” Brassard continued.

New this year, they are asking people to nominate a family for their Deck the Hearts program. To nominate a family, they’re asking for a 500-750 word nomination letter which can be dropped-off at Enchanted Christmas Tour of Lights by 5pm on Sunday December 18th. The letter should include the circumstances which makes this family so special and deserving this holiday season, the first name and ages of each family member, their town of residency and the nominating person’s name and phone number. The chosen family will be treated to a very special Christmas, courtesy of M & M Entertainment.

Co-Founder of M&M Entertainment & Productions, Marco Espitia added, “We also have a wonderful gift store at the end of the tour, so for those last minute shoppers or for those hard to find gifts, you can choose from a variety of unique items and holiday décor.” 

Cost is $6.00 and kids 5 and under are free. The attraction will also help local non-profit Yavapai Food Bank – if you bring a can of food, you receive a $1.00 off entry. Collections of canned food and toys will be distributed and donated locally in Yavapai County. Last year, over 19 tons of canned food was collected for Yavapai Food Bank and thousands of toys.  

Please visit their website for days and hours of operation at  www.enchantedchristmasAZ.com. Enchanted Christmas is Presented by M&M Entertainment & Productions. Other sponsors include Prescott Outpatient Surgery Center, Helken & Horn Advertising Agency, Prescott Pro Sounds and Matt’s Saloon.
For more information or to schedule a tour, contact M&M Entertainment and Productions Info Line:  800-651-8006

 

 

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