Wall Township home dazzles neighbors with its Christmas light show

The 8th annual Christmas Light Show in Wall Township, N.J. ended last night with a whooping 1700 people standing outside of Bill Epp’s home. The attraction is a highly produced 18 minute performance of synchronized lights and giant flames to music. 

“Last night’s show was enormous,” said to Daniel Brateris who along with his brother Brian put the show on as a benefit for Challenged Youth Sports, a program for special needs children. This year, the duo put on four shows to raise more than $9000. 

Brateris, a Lake Cuomo resident, says putting the show takes a lot of work. Just prepping for each show took a crew of seven about three and a half hours .

The Christmas Light Show will be back in Dec 2014.  

 

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