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Miller Davis Studios hosting unique holiday show today

Rowan County residents and visitors will have the opportunity to experience a unique holiday event this season. Miller Davis Studios, a Salisbury-based advertising, marketing and public relations agency, is hosting an animated holiday experience beginning today.

The show will feature holiday animations projected on the Plaza building, located at the intersection of Main and Innes streets in Salisbury. The animated light show will coincide with a 10-minute medley of holiday tunes.

“Miller Davis has been so blessed this year, and we wanted to do something to share the holiday spirit,” Mike Miller, president of Miller Davis, said in a press release. “We hope the community enjoys the production as much as we enjoyed making it. The show is a great example of the creativity and talent of our staff.”

The show will run today through Monday — Christmas Day. It begins each night at 7 and runs continuously until 11 p.m.

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