|INFLATABLE HOLIDAY DECORATION
Christmas crooks make off with holiday yard decoration 7 News Miami
NORTH MIAMI, Fla. -- A young girl is saddened after a grinch got away with her favorite Christmas house decoration.
Oversized lawn ornaments are latest fad The Enterprise
When Jim Grabau of East Bridgewater saw the puffy, 6-foot tall Santa lawn decoration at a local shop, he had to have it. And it wasn't long before Santa was joined by a host of other inflatable holiday companions.
Inflatables are a holiday hit Wisconsin State Journal
Drivers cruising down the 5000 block of Maher Avenue this holiday season will be greeted by an ensemble cast of giant characters, like floats in a holiday parade, occupying the yard of Jerry and Donna Fillner.
Infatable Christmas: Big, cheery lawn decor rules the season The Olympian
The lawns of suburbia are blowing up with holiday spirit. Giant inflatable Santas are hanging in hammocks, behemoth balloon- polar bears are playing with dreidels and air-blown reindeer are running around enormous carousels.
Grinch deflates Christmas spirit in Nampa The Idaho Statesman
'Tis the season for decoration vandalism, as a southwest Nampa resident found out early Monday. Sherry Edwards discovered her three large inflatable yard ornaments slashed.
Holiday energy costs can come back to haunt the avid decorator Rolla Daily News
It wasn’t until the mid 1950s that Christmas lights began to be adopted by the average household. Since then, decorating for the holidays has become common place. As holiday lighting displays grow larger, so does the impact on after holiday energy costs.
Homer, Tigger, other inflatables are a big holiday hit Chattanooga Times Free Press
It’s time to bring out the tangled mass of lights, drag the artificial tree limbs and ornaments up from the basement and crack open a bottle of eggnog to celebrate the holidays.
Inflatable ornament swiped The Saginaw News
Richland Township police are searching for a Yuletide thief who stole an inflatable holiday ornament from the lawn of a Hemlock family Thursday night, disappointing an 8-year-old.
Police say grinches looking to steal Christmas Desert Sun
Grinches are stealing holiday decorations, leaving police and families wondering "Who?" Take the case of the missing Christmas carousel in Cathedral City.
You can foil the Grinch Northwest Herald
Last year, fed up with vandals damaging or stealing from their outdoor Christmas displays, McHenry residents Jeff and Dawn Rettig took a stand.