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2019 Deck Your Stairs Photo Contest

Get ready to decorate your home’s staircase and win extra cash for the holidays! L.J. Smith® Stair Systems, the industry innovator of stylish stairway rail systems, will hold the 2019 Deck Your Stairs Photo Contest from December 1 – 15, 2019. Four winners will each win $100 cash prizes.

LJS - Pic - 2019 Stairway Contest.jpgThe online Facebook contest* encourages people to submit images of ways they’ve decorated their indoor stair system for the holidays. Whether it’s garland and lights, or ribbons and bows, L.J. Smith is searching for festive holiday images that showcase how people decorate stairways in their own homes.

            “Over the years we’ve seen stockings, ornaments, candy canes and wrapped gift packages hung on stairways,” says Beth Galigher with L.J. Smith Stair Systems. “This year we want to showcase a new era of stairway decorations. We’re hoping people will share images of their 2019 decorated interior staircases with us.”

            Entering the 2019 Deck Your Stairs Photo Contest is an easy process. Visit to fill out the entry form and submit images online in .jpeg or .tiff format. People may enter one time and include up to five photos of their own decorated stairway.

            “We’re looking forward to sharing entry pictures on both our Facebook page and website,” says Galigher. “For this contest, we’re seeking stand-out stairways that capture the holiday spirit. This way we can offer inspiring decorating ideas to others while recognizing those who are creating holiday masterpieces on their interior stair systems!”            

                L.J. Smith products --- including wooden and ornamental iron balusters, stainless steel cable and tube infills, metal panels, newel posts, hand rails and accessories --- are all defined by their unique designs, uncompromised durability and good looks. Owned by NOVO Building Products, the industry’s leading manufacturer and distributor of mouldings, stair parts, doors and specialty millwork, L.J. Smith is based in Bowerston, Ohio. For more information, visit www.ljsmith.comor call 740-269-2221.


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