What's the Story Behind Carilion's Ten-Story Snowman?

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Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital looks a bit different this holiday season, sporting a ten-story snowman projection on the side of the building in place of the usual roof-top Christmas tree.  The frame that supported the tree was damaged during a spring wind-storm.  Read more about the change in this article from The Roanoke Times. 

The snowman lights up at 5:30 each evening. Watch the video below to see how Carilion engineers start up the projector and center the image on the building. 

 

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