February 11th, 2011
10:47 AM ET

The people who plan your next Christmas

By now, Christmas merrymakers have packed away the decorations and may even have paid off their holiday shopping sprees. But while the rest of us have moved on to Valentine's Day, Cin Davidsen is still surrounded by glittery Christmas ornaments.

Since the end of September, Davidsen said, the showroom she manages has been a veritable glitter explosion.

She works at North Star by Premier, a wholesale showroom in Atlanta's AmericasMart, and last month she presided over the store's 2011 debut of over 7,000 holiday decorations.

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Filed under: Christmas • Holidays • Money & Faith

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  1. Ringo Moleman

    Justina, they didn't left Paganism because they thought it was stupid, they left because the Church followed a 2-3 century campaign of repression and genocide against all Pagans in the Roman Empire.

    And here's a few words for you; democracy, the rule of law, science, medicine, literature, classical art and architecture...........these are all Pagan inventions. The Church provided next to nothing in civilising Europe. There is a reason why the period after the fall of Rome is known as the Dark Ages.

    History and apologetics fail.

    February 16, 2011 at 6:53 pm |
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