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Friday, December 23, 2011

Christmas Trivia Question #10

My Christmas holiday break begins today! Today I'll go to my grandparents house, don my fuzzy slippers and relax. It always feels like Christmas really begins once we go to my grandparents house, because that means everything else is done, and all that lies ahead for the next few days is fun, family, food, and warmth. It all makes me a happy, happy girl. Want some more trivia today? I'm sure you all know the drill, but just incase, I'll remind you that for every trivia question you answer (right or wrong), you'll get one extra entry into the 12 Days of Christmas giveaway! But you must have filled out the form found on that page!

Here's the answer from yesterday's trivia question:
Q: What were the first and last states to recognize Christmas as an official holiday?
A: The first was Alabama in 1836. The last was Oklahoma in 1907. Oklahoma, just what did you have against Christmas? Just kidding... ;)

Today's Trivia Question:
Q: Which American department store created Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer as a promotional tool?

Three French hens...

8 comments:

  1. Montgomery Ward . The story of how rudolph the red nosed reindeer came to be is quite interesting :)

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  2. Montgomery Ward department stores

    i love this event, i discover a lot of things

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  3. Montgomery Ward department store

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  4. Montgomery Wards!
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  5. Rudoplh is not German? With a name like that? Montgomery Wards created it. So creative.

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  6. Montgomery Ward!

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  7. All your trivia is cracking me up! :) Hope you enjoy your time at your grandparents... work those fuzzy slippers, girl!! :)

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  8. Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer, was copywrited by Robert May for Montgomery Ward in 1939.

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