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Christmas music wasn’t written for October & November

With Christmas music blaring in the background, a retail employee lamented to us recently:  “I use to like Christmas.” It’s bad enough if your employees say this.  If your customers say this you have some work to do. If you … Continue reading

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The Twelve Days of Christmas

Have you noticed how retailers, advertisers and media seduce us into the belief that unless we have bought it, boxed it, bulbed it, boughed it and basted it on or before December 25, we lose. Well, we’re hear to tell … Continue reading

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The Christmas Season in October and November? NOT!

What is more annoying, Christmas music played in stores in October, or Christmas trees lying by the curb on December 26? There is much confusion about when the Christmas season starts and ends.  As much as retailers want us to … Continue reading

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