It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas over at New York City's Grand Central Terminal. Sharp helped deck the halls by sponsoring the Grand Central Terminal Kaleidoscope Light Show, which lit up the main concourse with a holiday-themed laser light show set to cheery Christmas tunes.
Sharp's biggest contribution? A 26-foot-tall, Christmas-tree-shaped stack of 43 LCDs of varying sizes (from 19 inches to 52) — and each TV is up for grabs. For every person who enters the giveaway to score a free Sharp Aquos TV, the electronics giant will donate $1 to the HOPE Program. Jump in there and start registering: Sharp will donate up to $100,000, which could really do well by HOPE, a program that helps folks get back on their feet and promotes environmentally-sustainable employment.
Check out the gallery below for more of Sharp's LCD Christmas tree, and shots of the Grand Central Terminal Kaleidoscope Light Show.