Can you hear that? That’s bells, right? Jingle bells? If you can’t hear it, you’re probably having a hard time getting into the Christmas spirit. Not to worry! The Rock Hill Coca-Cola Bottling Company is here to help. We’ve compiled a list of sure-fire ways to get into the Christmas spirit early this year. With a steady supply of Coca-Cola products to keep you going, you’re sure to be the most festive of elves this holiday season.
Music Is a Must
With the easy accessibility of streaming music, everyone should be playing Christmas music (and maybe only Christmas music) from the day after Thanksgiving until sometime after New Year’s Day. Create several playlists: the old standards, the tried-and-true hymns, the modern classics, or the non-traditional. Can anyone listen to a version of “Male Kalikimaka” and not smile? Only an un-repentant Grinch.
Deck the halls. Trim the tree. A little garland goes a long way to bringing the Christmas spirit to a room. Whether you choose a classy silver-and-gold or a the-tackier-the-better vibe, baubles and twinkling lights will keep your mind and heart on Christmas.
We’re not suggesting that you trade out Halloween for Christmas. Thanksgiving has its place still yet. But stringing up the lights with some Christmas tunes going is sure to bring the Christmas spirit around.
Try Some Recipes
Over the years, we’ve recommended several Coca-Cola product holiday recipes. You can try out a few of these here, here, and here.
Make it a moveable feast. Experiment with a new Christmas treat every time you go somewhere new. Spread the Christmas spirit around with punch, cookies, candy, and other treats. Be sure to save some for yourself.
Look at Lights
Even if you don’t have the space, time, or money to lavishly decorate your home with lights, plenty of folks in the Rock Hill area will go all out this year. Drive around and be awed until the Christmas spirit has fully found you.
However you choose to bring and spread some Christmas cheer, the Rock Hill Coca-Cola Bottling Company wishes you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!