Stamford home draws crowds with lights display

A house in Stamford is drawing crowds of people with its light display this holiday season.

 

Tony Pampena says his house was featured on ABC's "The Great Christmas Light Fight" Monday night.



Pampena is a Greenwich firefighter and says he's been decorating his home with Christmas lights for more than 30 years.



He says it took about 900 hours of work and more than 60,000 lights to create the display.



It also includes a special display on the roof.

 

Pampena says anyone is welcome to stop by his house on Lewelyn Road to enjoy the display.



He says the lights will be up until Jan. 7.


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