Woodstock nominated as 'prettiest painted place'
WOODSTOCK – Woodstock is one of hundreds of attractive towns and neighborhoods that will compete this summer in a national contest to find the “Prettiest Painted Places in America.”
The competition – which is sponsored by the Paint Quality Institute a leading source of information on paints and coatings – was last conducted in 2000 when towns such as Cape May, N.J., Lake Charles, La., and Telluride, Colo. won top honors.
“The purpose of Prettiest Painted Places is to identify and recognize those towns and neighborhoods that best demonstrate how exterior paint can enhance the appearance of an entire community,” paint and color expert for the Paint Quality Institute in Spring House, Pa., Debbie Zimmer said in a news release.
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