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Greer Station Windows all dressed up for the holidays

Published on Wednesday, December 12, 2012

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The Stomping Grounds at 208 Trade Street won the best window display.

Kyle Mensing / Greer Development Corporation

The Stomping Grounds at 208 Trade Street won the best window display.



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The Strip Club at 104 E. Poinsett Street and its courtyard.

Kyle Mensing / Greer Development Corporation

The Strip Club at 104 E. Poinsett Street and its courtyard.



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Maiale Boutique at 111 East Poinsett Street.

Kyle Mensing / Greer Development Corporation

Maiale Boutique at 111 East Poinsett Street.



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Citizens Building and Loan at 229 Trade Street.

Kyle Mensing / Greer Development Corporation

Citizens Building and Loan at 229 Trade Street.



Santa might want to consider downtown Greer as a substation to the North Pole.

Storefronts, courtyards and rooftops were sparkling in all their elegance Tuesday night for the Greer Station Windows event. Stores, already fashionably decorated, added a few more sparkles, baubles and greenery.

The Stomping Grounds, owned by Lisa Suber, was awarded the best window display. The popular coffee and wine shop, which also features entertainment in the evenings, is less than a year old.

Kyle Mensing, Greer Development Corporation, photographed the storefronts on East Poinsett, Victoria and Trade streets. You can see Mensing’s spectacular photo gallery here.

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