Decorations Are Not Just for Christmas Anymore: New Patterns Emerge in Seasonal Decorating Practices
New Unity Marketing study shows seasonal decorations marketers the way to succeed is to understand the changing needs and desires of the decorations customer.
August 2012 Stevens, PA -- Where once the seasonal decorations market was largely defined by Christmas -- with perhaps some smaller holidays and occasions thrown in - today we have a whole new world. Consumers have added Halloween, Thanksgiving and Easter as major decorating holidays, and they appear to be always on the lookout for new ideas to bring a seasonal flare to their homes, spring, summer, fall and winter.
This is according to the Christmas, Halloween and Holiday Decorations Report 2012, the newest report from Unity Marketing detailing the decorations buying behavior of over 1,200 representative survey respondents who purchased decorations in the past 12 months and comparing this data to previous consumer surveys.