Christmas is a time to bring families together but Christmas lights put up by two teen brothers in Ohio are bringing the whole community together.
Last year, Austin Lemmon, 14, attempted his first Christmas lights show with 10,000 lights.
This year, he tripled the number of lights he and his brother put up.
“Oh I thought he was crazy. I didn’t even know what the first step was of putting on a light show and he just worked it all out and he was teaching me how to do things and we just got it done,” said Brandon Lemmon, 17.
Both Austin and Brandon worked all year long and saved their money to buy these lights plus two extra breaker boxes.
Now they have cars lining their street almost every night trying to catch a glimpse of all the hard work they put in.
While Austin may not be an engineer, he taught himself how to program the show.
“And then it sometimes hurts your eyes when you’re going through programming this because you have to look at the little markings to get everything exactly on where you want it,” Austin said.
Austin says he can’t wait to see what they come up with ten years from now, if this is only their second go at it.