Denver Inspires Holiday Window

The Mile-High City is represented in "GMA's" third holiday window.

Dec. 5, 2008 — -- This year the Mile High City did more than host the Democratic National Convention and provide fresh powder for snow bunnies. It also served as the inspiration for "Good Morning America's" third and final holiday window installment.

In previous days, "GMA" unveiled holiday windows in its Times Square studio, each with a separate theme. It began with Kansas City, Mo., and then Atlanta. Now Denver takes center stage.

During the holiday season, Denver celebrates with lighting displays, holiday-themed performing arts and more.

Known for its holiday Parade of Lights, Denver has countless sparkling lights, marching bands, giant balloons and floats as part of its signature celebration. The annual event, which takes place this evening and Saturday evening, attracts hundreds to the downtown area.

The window, designed by award winning Condit Exhibits senior designer Keita Usuda, is a stylistic interpretation of the holiday season in the Mile High City and was inspired by the commercial Art Deco ski posters of the 1930s.

Condit Exhibits is one of the nation's oldest three dimensional marketing companies and have made environmental conscioussness a priority within the company.

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