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BMO Harris Opens Holiday Display

BMO Harris Bank announced Monday the opening of its much anticipated annual Holiday Display, Northern Lights: The Magical World of the Snow Queen, which will debut November 30, at the BMO Harris Bank location in downtown Milwaukee located at 770 North Water Street. The display is free and open to the public. 

Celebrating its 43rd year, this annual holiday tradition transforms BMO Harris Bank’s downtown lobby into a holiday spectacular; this year featuring more than 150 life-sized Steiff animals dressed as the Snow Queen and her court in a magical winter wonderland.

“Year after year, the Holiday Display continues to be a family favorite and BMO Harris Bank feels privileged to share this long standing tradition with the community,” said Kara Kaiser,

Managing Director at BMO Private Bank. “Each year we look forward to opening our doors and inviting the community to share in the excitement of our cherished Holiday Display. As a bonus, we get to fight hunger in our community through our partnership with Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin.”

Given the long history of this holiday attraction, BMO Harris Bank encourages the community to share family photos taken at past Holiday Displays using the hashtag #BMOHolidayDisplay on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to reminisce on the generational memories created at this unique Milwaukee tradition. 

BMO Harris Bank will again donate $5 to Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin for each visitor to the Holiday Display, and invites the public to help reach the goal of donating $30,000 to help those in need this holiday season.

“Especially around the holiday season our stock tends to run low. So we are grateful that BMO Harris Bank has once again partnered with us to provide food for many families in need during this time of year,” said Charles McLimans, President of Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. “We’re thankful for BMO Harris Bank’s continued commitment to hunger relief in our community.”

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