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AUSTRALIA — If you’ve been out driving around at night, you’ve probably seen some impressive Christmas light displays, but one guy in Australia has us all beat.
That’s because he set his Christmas lights to sync with AC DC’s classic “Thunderstruck.”

Watch the full light routine in the video above. It will likely leave you searching for ways to up your lighting game next year.

As a friendly holiday reminder, if you pulled out your decorations and some of your holiday lights were broken or in disarray, there’s something better you can do with them than throw them into the trash or spend hours trying to get them working again.

FOX 4 and Southeast Enterprises have joined forces with Westlake Hardware and Two Men and a Truck to collect and recycle holiday lights.

Lights collected will provide employment opportunity for Southeast Enterprise employees.  The light bulbs are clipped from the wire and separated.  The wire then goes to City Scrap Metal to be recycled.  The rebate they receive from the wire pays their employee wages.  The company says they use the work when other contract work is not available.

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