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Want to control the color of one of Dallas’ most iconic buildings?

DALLAS —It’s arguably the most recognizable skyscraper in Dallas, and now the owners of the Bank of America Plaza building are giving the public a pretty cool opportunity to put their own personal touch to our skyline. Peloton, the commercial real estate company that manages and helps lease space at the building, recently launched a website. With an exclusive invitation, you can create a username, password, and can change the lights along with the animation of the building once per evening for five minutes. You can choose 1 of 16 colors coupled with 1 of 4 animations or go with 1 of 8 programmed themes. Each ‘light show’ must be scheduled after 7:15 p.m., and you can choose your time on the site. Right now, Peloton has only given about 100 users access to the site. When they first launched several weeks ago, they sent invites to influential ‘Dallasites’ like Mark Cuban, Mayor Mike Rawlings, and city council members. For the first time ever, Peloton is offering us the public a chance to play with Dallas’ biggest toy. They’ve partnered with Downtown Dallas Inc. and are giving away two exclusive invitations on Instagram starting today. All you need to do is follow Downtown Dallas Inc. and Bank of America Plaza on Instagram to enter. For extra entries, you can find the contest post on the Instagram page of Downtown Dallas Inc., and tag friends in the comments. The contest ends on Friday.

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