the decor go up, typically in the branch stores first. Then the music starts being piped in and also you end up singing the regular songs that continue to strengthen the notion that it's almost here. And then it happens - they start gambling the Coca-Cola Christmas commercials on TV and it's confirmed - the break season is indeed here!During this time of year it appears that every thing is somehow a bit bit sweeter and maybe even gentler - although there are so many things to get done, gifts to buy, trees to be trimmed, cards to be written, and the list goes on. Underneath it all however is the true Spirit of the break season. I think it's why standard, we love this time of year - individuals are nicer to you available for purchase, even clients take some time to be a little bit more affected person when there are long lines. The break commercials on the TV capture visions of delicious meals, family and chums amassing and of course children eagerly anticipating
Santa's arrival. Never mind that the commercials definitely seem to start in advance and earlier annually (I actually saw the first one this year on Halloween night!) I like them. They
represent the festivities and the spirit of the season to me and that they spur astounding memories of the years gone by. And for me, in certain, no Christmas season would feel comprehensive without one of Coca-Cola's Christmas commercials capturing identical to Santa Claus coming down the chimney find an icy cold Coke looking ahead to him. The cementing of a dead ringer for the round faced, rosy cheeked Santa into our culture is even attributed to Coke from their pre-tv print advertisements campaigns. Then a couple of years ago, the Coca-Cola Polar Bear Christmas commercials made their debut.