There are three more days left to vote for the village of Nyack in Benjamin Moore’s Main Street “Paint What Matters” contest.
The campaign asks consumers to vote online from among 100 communities to be named one of the 20 Main Streets that should be revitalized with help from the paint company, Benjamin Moore. This effort is undertaken with partners around the country, including the Make It Right founded by actor-philanthropist Brad Pitt.
Check out the video that Nyack Mayor Jen White, who has lived in the village for more than a decade, says about why everyone should vote for her community and how it will help the entire region.
“We are a gorgeous village on the banks of the Hudson River and we have an incredibly vibrant Main Street,” she says in the 1:06-minute video. And as one person commented on the video adds, “Nyack son Edward Hopper would appreciate Main Street color as well…”
In New York, Nyack is competing against Narrowsburg, Red Hook in Brooklyn and Woodstock.
Voting began on May 16 and ends at 11:59 p.m. June 30th.
To vote go to www.paintwhatmatters.com
(Above file photo by The Journal News)