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Entergy Arkansas is lighting up downtown bridges

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LITTLE ROCK -  Save the date, Thursday, December 19th Entergy Arkansas lights up three downtown bridges to mark the company's 100th anniversary.

For the last eight months electric workers have been installing lights on the Main Street, Junction and Clinton Presidential Park bridges. 

The lighting program at the First Security Amphitheater is 5 – 8 p.m. featuring music by the Natural Street Brass Band and the Big Dam Horns. 

Entergy's Hugh McDonald says, "Bringing this light show to central Arkansas is our way of saying thank you to our customers, and we look forward to serving them for the next 100 years". 

Take a look at the video here: https://vimeo.com/76714833.

 

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