Sparkling lights, festive cheer and the jolliest decorations, the Scottsdale Moms and North Phoenix Moms Holiday Light Favorites Tour offers a magical activity again this season.
Editors and contributors of Scottsdale Moms lend their expertise, knowledge, and creativity to the self-guided adventure, according to a press release, describing views of front yards with sparkling lights, shimmering trees, animated musical shows and ringing sleigh bells.
“The community had an incredible response to the list last year, so we wanted to put it together again for this year! The Built Story App makes it convenient to access all holiday long,” said Kate Eschbach, owner, in the release.
A self-guided driving tour, driving directions are provided to each of the sparkling homes the parents’ group has curated. Special content created by the team at Scottsdale Moms will greet you at some of the stops, the release said.
To experience the tour: download the free Built Story app, available for iOS (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/built-story/id1454269514?ls=1 ) and Android (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.builtstory.builtstory).
Each tour costs $10 and supports the Tour Creator. Once purchased, Tour Takers can start, pause, stop and re-take the tour as many times as they wish for 30 days.
The tour will be live, and all lights ready for viewing, from Dec. 1 to New Year’s Day, noted the release.
Preview the Scottsdale Moms and North Phoenix Moms Holiday Light Favorites Tour at https://app.builtstory.com/tours/details/scottsdale-arizona.
Part of the City Mom Collective, Scottsdale Moms connects local parents in the community by offering honest stories, reviews, and local happenings. The Built Story platform is the world’s first self-guided tour marketplace, connecting Tour Takers and Tour Creators.
Selected as one of 50 companies to participate in the Google for Startups Founders Academy, Built Story’s mission is to connect people and place. With Built Story, anyone can create self-guided tours from the comfort of their homes.
Anyone else can enjoy those curated tours using the Built Story app, which provides the creators’ content, as well as directions to each stop, according to the release.
Built Story allows people to share the history and stories of communities while Tour Takers explore in a unique new way. Using the Journal feature, Tour Takers can share their experiences to social media, added the release.
Learn more at BuiltStory.com.
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