LUBBOCK, TX, September 21, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- For the eleventh consecutive year, Christmas Decor will be boosting the spirits of military families across the country through its Decorated Family Program. With over 300,000 American men and women deployed throughout the world this holiday season, military families are facing the challenge of preparing for the holidays without their loved ones. To give back to the families of these brave men and women in a small way, Christmas Decor will be creating magical memories with its annual program. ---
Christmas Decor, the nation's leading professional holiday & event decorating franchise, began the Decorated Family Program in 2003 after a franchisee attended a holiday dinner party and began to consider all of the men and women overseas who will not be able to celebrate with those they love. The program was created to thank our country's soldiers for their dedication and support by decorating their family's homes.
Each holiday, hundreds of Christmas Decor franchisees nationwide participate in this event by donating their products, resources and time to decorate the homes of local military families as part of the Decorated Family Program.
"The holidays can be difficult for families with loved ones overseas both emotionally and with decorating, and we always look forward to doing our part to help make their holidays a little bit brighter," said Brandon Stephens, President of Christmas Decor. "These families are so deserving and it's an honor for Christmas Decor to be able to show support in our own small way."
People can nominate deserving military families in their community by filling out the nomination form available on the Christmas Decor fan page on Facebook. When the form is completed it should be emailed to email@example.com. This form allows people to explain why the family should become a "Christmas Decor Decorated Family." Winners are awarded based on their location (to ensure there is a local franchise to provide the award) and the impact of their story on the judges. People can also post their Decorated Family stories on the Christmas Decor fan page on Facebook to enter a contest to receive a special prize. The lucky winning family will be the one with the most "like" votes on the Facebook page.
Operating in over 375 markets, Christmas Decor, Inc. is now the largest professional holiday & event decorating franchise. The company offers a complete decorating service program including display design, installation, maintenance, and removal of holiday lighting and decorations. Now the franchise is in the enviable position of being able to give back to communities.
"The American men and women fighting overseas are true heroes and launching this initiative is the least we can do to support our courageous troops," said Stephens.
The company is seeking to attract hundreds of nominations that will total at least 200 decorated homes for the 2013 holiday season. The deadline for nominations is Veterans Day, November 11, 2013. For more information on the Decorated Family Program, visit http://christmasdecor.net/cdi2/decorated-family.
About Christmas Decor
Since its inception in 1986, Christmas Decor has risen to become the premier holiday lighting and decorating company in North America. The Texas-based company was founded by Blake Smith as an off-season supplement to his landscape business and as a method to provide year-round work for employees. Christmas Decor quickly emerged as a viable business opportunity and today, operates in more than 375 markets in 48 states and Canada. Christmas Decor is highly revered in its field and has received consistent recognition for its efforts, including its popular Decorated Family Program which has been featured on The TODAY Show, TIME.com, CNN and FOX, among others. For more information, visit http://www.christmasdecor.net.
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