Holiday bow makes annual appearance

The giant holiday bow makes its annual appearance, mounted on the building facade at Tower Office Park. It has become a tradition observed by residents and highway commuters each holiday season.

WOBURN, Mass., December 20, 2012 – A sure sign the holiday season has arrived is the installation of the giant red bow on Tower Office Park at the I-95 and I-93 cloverleaf. This larger-than-life holiday symbol was first displayed before 1990, and has since become an annual Cummings Properties tradition. The bow is typically unveiled in late November and remains mounted on the building façade until shortly after New Year’s Day. Both local residents and highway commuters anticipate its appearance each holiday season.

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mdonahue December 20, 2012 at 02:03 PM
Cummings Properties knows how to celebrate the season. We are a tenant at 800 Cummings Park and are fortunate that every Christmas, Cummings allows our foster care agency to decorate a table in the lobby to solicit donations for our foster kids. Thank you to Cummings Properties and all their tenants for making the holidays a little brighter for our kids ! - Devereux Therapeutic Foster Care
Cummings Properties December 20, 2012 at 02:48 PM
Thank you for your kind words, and for all of the generous work you do. We are certainly happy to help, especially during the holiday season! Happy holidays to you, and to everyone at Devereux Therapeutic Foster Care.


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