10/31/2017 1:35 PM

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We’d like to give a big THANK YOU to all of our creepy contestants in this year’s Halloween Door Decoration contest. There were some truly amazing submissions. Another thank you goes out to the Morguard on-site teams for facilitating this contest. Without further ado, it’s time to introducing the winners and their prizes!

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First Place

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A big round of applause for our first place winner, Tori V. from Governor’s Gate, who took the title with a total of 360 likes. You should be careful not to get your hands caught in the spooky spiderwebs covering her door! You might be even more frightened by the “zombie crossing” tape across the door. This innovative door makes Tori a lucky winner of a $50 Visa gift card.

Second Place

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Our second winner, Todd W. from Fenestra at Rockville Town Square, came in a close second with 302 likes. His door is covered in bones and itsy bitsy spiders. Be on high alert when approaching, as the skeletons might grab a hold of you! We love the creativity on this one. There’s no question about their victory in this contest, so Todd wins a $25 Visa gift card.

Third Place

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Last, but not least is our third place winner of a $15 Starbucks gift card. Suchorita B. from Grand Venetian at Las Colinas blew us away with 100 likes on their door. We’re getting those voodoo vibes from the dark purple draped material covering the door and spooky pumpkins. It looks like we may be getting more tricks than treats at your door!

Our New Fans!

Thank you to everyone who took the time to like our Facebook page. We hope to introduce you all to the Morguard family and what it’s like to call our properties home. Three of our new fans have been selected at random to win $10 Starbucks gift cards. Here they are! Brian McCarthy, Jontae Proctor, and Urmi Chatterjee go get that Pumpkin Spice Latte or Zombie Frappucino and enjoy your Halloween!​


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