For the past 6 year we have decorated big time for Christmas, and the decoration have grown in prices and sizes. We have 2 acres that we completely decorate and invite people to get out and check out our decorations. We have never asked for donations, but we have been to serval displays where donations were requested. I don't want people to feel that they have to donate in order to enjoy the display but a donation would be nice to help with the extra light expenses and maintenance of the lights and decorations. What do I do? Donation bucket or no Donation bucket?Answer Question
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One of the houses around here has a donation box and I see nothing wrong with it. We all enjoy it so why not pitch in a few dollars to keep it going. Charging admission (you can't get in unless you pay) I think would be a little different. But I don't see anything wrong with a donation box.
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Why would anyone be irritated about seeing Christmas decorations up early?