Taking Holiday Decorations Out Of Storage
15 Dec 2017

4 Tips To Safely Take Holiday Decorations Out Of Storage

While the holidays are certainly a fun time of year, they do come with a list of chores. Depending on how you see it, decorating for the holidays is probably a mix of both pain and pleasure. It’s fun having everything up and seeing the reactions of friends and family…

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2 Jan 2017

The holidays are here and many people have already had the experience of opening up storage boxes, only to find broken decorations. If you’ve stored your holiday decorations improperly, chances are, you are going to end up with some broken decorations year after year. Below are tips for safely storing your holiday decorations. Artificial Tree Storage If you are like millions of people and have opted for the artificial tree in order to avoid the mess and cleanup of the real tree, then you’ve probably come to understand just how destructive those pointy metal branches can be. Avoid scratching your walls, and anything else you might have stored alongside your artificial tree by picking up an artificial tree storage bag…

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20 Dec 2012

Retail experts recently told the Toronto Star that small businesses need to find a balance between a festive atmosphere and annoying their customers with decorations.“The biggest challenge any retailer has is trying to anticipate what type of atmosphere in their stores is going to resonate with their customers,” Paul Beaumont, director of retail consulting for PricewaterhouseCoopers Canada, told the Toronto Star.Small business owners should look into self storage in Toronto for seasonal items, like Christmas decorations, which are only used a few weeks out of the year.While many businesses try and do everything they can to maximize profits during the holiday shopping season, it is equally important to listen to customer feedback and act upon it. Knowing your customer base…

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9 Nov 2011

While December 25 is approaching and holiday cheer is drawing near, many Canadians may be saddened by the results of a new survey.According to the Human Resources Professionals Association, nearly four in 10 respondents – 39 percent – said the company they work for was not having a Christmas party this year. And among those whose employers are scheduling festivities, 56 percent said it would be scaled back due to economic concerns.The study also determined the provinces in which respondents' employers were most or least likely to have a Christmas party. At 64 percent, Quebecers were most likely to have an office party with Ontarians coming in a distant second at 56 percent. Alberta and the Atlantic region followed at…

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12 Aug 2011

Christmas may be more than four months away, but it’s never too early to start thinking about how to deck the halls. Thus, if Torontonians are thinking about heading to the western half of the country for a visit, or to go on vacation, they may want to consider stopping at one of Canada’s largest gift shows. The Canadian Gift and Tableware Association recently announced there will be 530 craft exhibitors at the Alberta Gift Show, which will be held at the Edmonton Expo Centre. Expecting more than 13,000 people to be in attendance, the CGTA says visitors will have the upper hand on decorating, as the latest furnishings will be on display. There will also be a number of…

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