The 19th Annual Charity Holiday Light Show held at Senske Services headquarters in Kennewick, Wash., to benefit 2nd Harvest will run nightly from 5 p.m. to midnight throughout December.
The show consists of more than 500,000 holiday lights in a choreographed, animated display.
“Each year, this event brings cheer to the community, and we are excited to debut new LED animated trees,” said Becca Presley, director of marketing and communications for Senske Services.
Visitors can walk around the event site and fully immerse themselves in the show, according to a news release. There will be selfie stations to take photos, and letters to Santa can be mailed in an official North Pole mailbox.
Attendees can also remain in their vehicles and tune radio stations to 90.3 FM to enjoy the display.
Pavement Service Control has donated larger reader board to assist with traffic flow.
Donation drop boxes are available to collect non-perishable food items and cash or checks for 2nd Harvest. Each year this event raises enough cash and food to provide over 3,000 meals.
Custom Insect & Weed Control acquisition
Senske Services announce the acquisition of Custom Insect & Weed Control, which is based in Gig Harbor, Wash.
Founded in 1978 by Larry Morrison, Custom Insect & Weed Control provides quality lawn care and pest control. Morrison looked for a partner that shared his values. He found that partner in the 75-year-old Senske Services.
Custom Insect & Weed Control customers will now be serviced by Washington Tree & Lawn Care, a division of Senske Services. Existing services will continue uninterrupted from the Lakewood, Wash., location, and customers can take advantage of the expanded service offerings.
Senske Services’ COO Tim Ehrhart said in a news release that Custom Insect & Weed Control made perfect strategic sense.
“Our expansion and growth strategy focuses on companies with similar service lines and quality employees that can join our team. We look forward to providing fantastic service to our new customers.”
This acquisition represents the sixth completed by Senske in the last 13 months.
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