In Japan, people traditionally eat at KFC for Christmas dinner, thanks to a successful marketing campaign 40 years ago. KFC is so popular that customers must place their Christmas orders two months in advance.

Every year, Paul McCartney earns nearly half a million dollars from his Christmas song “Wonderful Christmastime”, which many critics regard as his worst song ever.

Since 1960, watching Donald Duck cartoons on Christmas Eve has been a tradition for a large portion of Sweden’s population.

Between the 16th and 19th centuries global temperatures were lower than normal, resulting in what is referred to as a “little ice age.” It is for this reason that many Christmas carols and songs speak to a “White Christmas.”

It is estimated that the song “White Christmas” by Irving Berlin is the best selling single in history with over 100 million copies sold.

An artificial Christmas tree would have to be reused for more than 20 years to be “greener” than buying a fresh-cut tree annually.

The best thing about the holidays is that it gives us an opportunity to say how much we appreciate our relationships with the amazing people and companies we work with. Thank you! 

To you and yours, we wish a wonderful holiday season, and may the new year bring you much peace, joy and success.

Happy Holidays from Bobby, Chris, and Evan at

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