Top 10 (Totally Non-denominational) Holiday Season Products
7--Imprinted snow. What better way to promote your brand than by attaching it to everyone's favorite winter meteorological phenomenon? Think of all the impressions you'll get as drivers, stuck in traffic, have no choice but to look at your company name written in snow. Only available in one color.
6--Warwick Publishing's Raised Foil Stamped Classic Season's Greetings Cards can come blank so you can show your genuine appreciation for all the nice gifts you receive this year, or include stock sentiments to send to your great aunt Esther thanking her for that hip Leif Garrett CD she's bought you for the last 22 years in a row.
5--The Christmas album is a staple of the season, but The Carpenters and Bing Crosby are passé. Stand out from the crowd with "A Very Metal Christmas," featuring the best '80s heavy metal/classic holiday song mash-ups. Highlights include "Mama, I'm Coming Home for the Holidays" by Ozzy Osbourne, "For Whom the Jingle Bells Toll" by Metallica and "Let There Be Peace on Earth/Symphony of Destruction (outro)" by Megadeth.
4--Cosby sweaters for the whole family. It's a fact that if a large enough group of people all dress like "the Cos" on Christmas eve, then Bill Cosby will come down the chimney, eat dinner with your family, bring Jell-o for dessert and improvise "The Night Before Christmas." Go on, try it. Send us photos.
3--Every year, your neighbors send you postcards with photos of their families, and then they get offended when you throw them out. The 1.5" LCD Digital Photo Ornament from V-Line/Norwood helps you solve that problem. Scan those photos, load them to the ornament and you can keep them forever without cluttering your refrigerator.
2--Wine. Lots and lots of wine.
1--A 60" plasma TV because we've been really, really good this year, haven't we? We also want a pony.