Wednesday, November 30, 2005

"Grinch" Stores and "Grinch" Cities

Some Retailers Refuse to Acknowledge Christmas --
We have received many reports about stores that sell "holiday trees" instead of Christmas trees, use the word "holiday" and "Seasons Greetings" instead of "Merry Christmas and some that even ban the Salvation Army from outside.

Some cities are lighting "holiday trees" rather than "Christmas trees" -- although everyone knows that there is no other holiday in December that uses a tree in its celebration.

We want our blog readers to share their stories with us. Write about your experiences with what we are calling "grinch" stores and post them in comments on this blog. In case you didn't know -- the dictionary defines a "grinch" as someone who spoils the fun of others. That's what these stores do. We look forward to hearing from you!