Join The Fun With Febreze and Share Your Holiday Memories

18699_10152305899905368_987924091_nLast week Febreze asked What is your favorite memorable Holiday Decoration growing up?

I remember how tall my grandmother’s tree seem to be… as a child I thought it was nearly 8 foot tall. It always made me smile. My grandmother passed her tree on to me when I got married. It still makes me smile, but it doesn’t seem quite as big any more!

On December 3rd, Febreze started sharing their Memory List on their Facebook page to highlight the most popular memories from their fans.

Febreze wants to excite people for the holidays by hearing their fans most cherished traditions. The Memory list questions will be posted to Febreze’s Facebook once a day between 12/3 and 12/17 so be sure to keep checking in!

Febreze will be collecting the Top 10 best holiday memories from their fans – tell them yours and they may add it to the list! Visit the Facebook page here and share your response. Some of the answers are pretty funny!

“I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Febreze. I received a promotional item to thank me for participating”

Comments

  1. I love Febreze! I use a bi-pap at night and it is nice to spray the surface around it so the air smells fresh and it relaxes you. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Peggy says:

    I love Christmas memories are so dear to me too. The great scents Febreze has help bring back those memories. I am heading over to their Facebook Memory List.

  3. Megan says:

    Thanks for sharing – it’s always fun to read other people’s memories!

  4. Gina Brickell says:

    I love hearing about what other families do together for the Holidays.. Not every family is the same, so I’m sure there are some different ones in there 🙂 Some are really neat though.. Stuff I never would have thought of!

  5. Robin Quick says:

    This is a very great thing they are doing. I cherish the memories I have of my childhood Christmases. I always tried to make Christmas memorable for my son when he was little. I hope his childhood Christmas memories are as cherished as mine are.

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