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September 2, 2010

World’s longest Christmas season begins
MANILA, Philippines – Christmas, a holiday that commemorates the birth of Jesus, is “the most wonderful time of the year,” as an old song goes.The occasion, usually characterized by festive decor and lots of food, is observed on December 24 (Christmas Eve) and 25 in most countries. Here in the Philippines, however, celebrations start as early as September 1. Because of this, our country has earned the distinction of having the world’s longest Christmas season, which lasts for at least 115 days (festivities usually continue after December 25, and may extend until February of the following year). Streets decorated with colorful lights, trees and lanterns, as well as Christmas carols played all day long are a common scene in the Philippines in September, especially in Metro Manila. Businesses, too, have made it a point to gear up for the Christmas season with their respective gimmicks and offerings.

Here are some of them: SM Mall of Asia, one of the biggest malls in the country, is prepping up its 5-storey recreation center called Cosmic Kidz.The amusement park, said to be the largest in the Philippines, boasts of high-tech games, toy stores and interactive booths for kids and adults alike. Theme park Enchanted Kingdom, on the other hand, is readying its artificial snow for those who wish to experience a “White Christmas” in tropical Philippines. Of course, Christmas in the Philippines is not the same without the traditional COD (Christmas on Display) show. The moving mannequin play, which has provided free entertainment to Filipinos for decades, is currently set in front of the Greenhills Shopping Center.

Holiday Decorations in Manilla

Wonderland of Lights
The highlight of each year takes place from Thanksgiving through Christmas. Wonderland of Lights, when the City is aglow with approximately ten million lights. Marshall’s historic Old Courthouse is the centerpiece of this spectacular event. Activities include surrey rides, outdoor ice-skating, candlelight tours of historic homes, and a lighted Christmas parade. Local citizens portrayed in lights include actress Susan Howard, former heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman, and the late civil rights activist James Farmer. Others are television journalist Bill Moyers, football hero Y.A. Tittle, Claudia “Lady Bird” Johnson, Olympic barrel racing gold and bronze medalist Martha Josey and her husband, R.E. and Tuskegee airman Mac Hopkins. Tour buses leave on an hourly basis from Washington Square to see the millions of twinkling lights decorating the trees, businesses and residences.

Holiday Light Shows in Texas

Holiday Light Shows in Texas

Mosca Design 2010 Rooftop Decoration catalog for more ideas, George Mosca of Mosca Design  also says his company offers substantial discounts to customers who get started earlier. “They’re just putting them up to have them ready and then turn them on in November.  We will even custom make Christmas lights to your specifications We also offer rooftop holiday decorations, collectible decorative Christmas figurines, Christmas Led Light Shows to Giant Christmas trees by your design!

Whatever your Christmas decoration needs might be, we have the quality decorations for you! We feature hundreds of products and invite you to view the Christmas decoration Catalog. Mosca design creates amazing Commercial Rooftop Holiday decor!  For More information on Custom mall Displays or Commercial Holiday Led Lights, Rooftop Decorations: Call today for a live Quote: 1-(800) 332-6798.

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