The words ‘stress’ and
‘Christmas’ are mutually exclusive and, for many, December can be less of a
time for joyous celebration as it is frantic worry. MRM can provide a source of
Christmas cheer for your business amongst the tiresome turmoil of December -
the real-life promotional marketing Santa Claus (providing that you’ve avoided
the Naughty List).
Giving the gift of promotion management,
bespoke outsourcing solutions, cashback services alongside other valuable
marketing resolutions such as handling and fulfilment, MRM is on-hand to spread
the festive joy and leave your business feeling ready to face the New Year in
good stead – regardless of the amount of mince pies you’ve consumed.
What’s even better is that MRM can fulfil your
promotional marketing needs all year round – not just once a year, a time-frame
that even Santa couldn’t beat. Multi Resource Marketing? More like Merry
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To ease you into the festive season, here
are 10 unique Christmas facts to share over your Turkey dinner…
If you received all of the gifts mentioned in
the song "The Twelve Days of Christmas," you would receive 364 gifts
Most of Santa’s reindeers have male-sounding
names, however male reindeer shed their antlers in the winter meaning that the
reindeer pulling Santa’s sleigh are more than likely female.
Paul McCartney’s “Wonderful Christmastime” is
widely regarded as the worst of all the songs he has ever recorded yet he earns approximately $400,000 a year from its
You would have to use your artificial tree for
more than 20 years for it to be ‘greener’ than buying a fresh-cut tree
‘Jingle Bells’ – was the first song sung by astronauts Tom Stafford and Wally Schirra
in space, on December 16, 1965.
Japanese people spend their Christmas Eve eating
in KFCs. This is a popular tradition in Japan so much so that customers have to
book their meals 2 months in advance.
Before the turkey, the traditional Christmas
meal in England was centred by a pig’s head and mustard.
The song “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” was originally
sung by servants to demand alcoholic drinks from their masters - “we won’t go
until we get some, so bring some out here.”
If you’re really into recycling, you can eat
your Christmas tree. The needles provide vitamin C and you can also eat pine
nuts, if your tree comes with pinecones! Some Christmas trees can become food
for zoo animals.
A survey has revealed on average, British women
don’t attempt their first Christmas lunch until the age of 34. Nearly half of
women polled said they felt a real sense of achievement when finally dishing up
the Christmas dinner and 28% of British men admit that their partner’s dinner
is better than their mothers.