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3 Tips On Planning Christmas Lights For Outdoor Lighting


Most of us are eagerly waiting for Christmas - hoping for everything to get back to normal and meet families and friends again after quarantine and subsidence of the COVID-19 pandemic. As now we are spending more time at home, why not plan on outdoor lighting for Christmas celebrations? Most of you probably might be thinking - Isn’t it too early to plan on Christmas lights? Well, we have plenty of reasons why this is the right time to plan on outdoor decorations.Read More


3 Tips For Decorating Your Town Or City Streets During Christmas


No matter if you live in Alaska, New York, or the heart of Texas, it just wouldn’t be the holiday season without some twinkling lights on the streets. Bright red and green lights, gigantic Christmas trees, and the spectacular ornaments and sculptures that adorn the streets have become as much a part of the quintessential Christmas experience as the story behind the festival itself. In fact, today, numerous cities around the country get together in a friendly competition of sorts to see which place can put up the coolest decorations and attract the largest crowds. If you are a community member or an elected official in charge of planning out the end-of-the-year festivities in your city or town, here are a few tips to help you get started with the seasonal decorations:... Read More


Do Not Let COVID-19 Stop You From Attracting Holiday Shoppers


In the past, when Christmas is only a few months away, retailers start gearing up for the holiday crowd that will throng their stores. That means putting up decorations and window displays, devising new marketing strategies, and stocking the shelves with all things Christmas, whether that is clothes, snacks, drinks or home decor. But will all of that change in a post-pandemic world? This lockdown period has been a stressful and challenging time for retailers, with a majority being forced to shut down operations. But with the rules getting gradually relaxed, some cities and states are allowing their stores to open up. And hopefully, by the time everyone gets into the joyful holiday shopping mode, the situation will be much better, but it will be long before things get back to.. Read More