Tom BetGeorge's elaborate holiday light display started as a hobby and over time turned into a lucrative business. He lives in Tracy and for the past seven years, BetGeorge has created a custom animated light show made of coroplast and pixels and it is all for a good cause.
The show takes about 400 hours to program and the proceeds from the show go to two Bay Area charities: The McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter and a Brighter Christmas of Tracy, that provides food and toys to families in need.
The magical light show is set to music and a storyline. This year's storyline is based on humor and the "bigger meaning of Christmas."
Carolyn McArdle talked about it on the air! Listen below...