More than 15,000 injuries involving holiday decorating resulted in emergency room visits in 2012, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that U.S. fire departments respond to an average of 230 home fires each season involving Christmas trees.
In light of these statistics, UL, a global safety science leader, is sharing tips about tree safety, decorating safety and home entertaining safety during the holiday season, including ways that consumers can safeguard their homes and loved ones.
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As the holiday season approaches and people begin planning their decorations, Cyberonics, Inc. is urging them to maintain the momentum of Epilepsy Awareness Month in November by incorporating purple lights into their holiday décor.
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If you’re crazy about candy, you’ll find Candy Melts® Candy by Wilton Enterprises offers endless opportunities to create beautifully decorated treats in a fun and easy way. With nearly two dozen colors and flavors to choose from, there are plenty of ways to dress up your favorite treats for any holiday or celebration.
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It’s time to “tech the halls” with help from The Home Depot®, the world’s largest home improvement retailer, this holiday. The season’s newest décor technologies aren’t just designed to give homes a holiday facelift; they also save customers time, money and stress.
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Lord & Taylor unveiled its 75th annual holiday windows on November 13th, 2012 with performances along Fifth Avenue by Megan Hilty, star of NBC’s Smash, and the Young People’s Chorus of New York City.
This year’s holiday windows mark the 75th year of smiles, laughter, joy, and magic; celebrating the precious, worldwide tradition of spending holidays with those you love. Sharing the story of Santa Claus on his day off, traveling around the world to discover global holiday traditions, the windows are inspired by picturesque locations during the holidays and the customs celebrated among friends and family worldwide.
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Cheer is: More time with the family? Festive décor? Planning in advance? Today, Sam’s Club announced the results of the 2012 Study on Holiday Cheer, which set out to understand the state of holiday cheer among American consumers and discover the routines and inspirations that create cheer during a busy shopping season. The Sam’s Club study revealed that while 75 percent of consumers feel that the recent economy has an impact on their holiday cheer, 79 percent are looking forward to the 2012 holiday season.
To deliver more cheer to hopeful families this holiday, today Sam’s Club and SamsClub.com/holiday launch a host of inspirational holiday solutions for preparing the home, entertaining and gift giving. To further elevate cheer through the season, Sam’s Club has enlisted an all-star squad of Cheer Guides, national experts in decorating, entertaining and charitable giving who will inspire members with creative, fun ideas that ease the stress of the holiday season.
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It’s no surprise that the holidays can be costly - everything from decorations and dinners, to gifts and gadgets can add up. Nationally recognized lifestyle expert Tara Aronson is available to provide tips on how to celebrate the holidays without breaking the bank. She will discuss everything from entertaining and decorating to choosing practical, yet affordable gifts on a budget.
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, boughs of holly and sleigh bells ringing: the holiday season is upon us and everyone has favorite aspects of the season they look forward to this time of year. Almost three in five Americans (58%) say the one thing they most look forward to with the holidays is spending time with family and friends. One in ten say it is holiday dinners and parties (9%) and fewer numbers say they most look forward to finding and giving presents (6%), putting up holiday decorations (5%), watching television specials, hearing holiday songs on the radio (5%) and getting presents (3%). One in ten U.S. adults (9%) say they do not look forward to the upcoming holidays.
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