Yes!!! You're terrific!!!
Bronner's Christmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth is where we were when
the Santa Claus picture was taken. Here are some fun facts about the store.
To read about our visit to Frankenmuth, please
Bronner's is the world's largest year-round Christmas store with beautifully
landscaped grounds covering 27 acres and over 7.35 acres (5.5 football
fields) of building in Bronner's entire complex.
Three giant outdoor Santas tower 17 feet and the lofty snowman is 15 feet
Bronner's parking lot accommodates 1,080 cars and 50 buses.
Bronner's electrical bill averages $900 per day.
Approximately 100,000 lights illuminate Bronner's 1/2-mile long Christmas
Lane every evening.
In peak season, Bronner's employs over 500 staff members.
Movie star John Wayne ordered a Santa suit from Bronner's by telephone
on December 15, 1976.
Bronner's has more than 60 billboards - the most distant is on I-75 near
Ocala, Florida, north of Disney World.
Annually, Bronner's distributes over 1/2 million Christian tracts - one
is inserted in each package and piece of mail leaving Bronner's.
Bronner's has supplied decorations for several movies since 1996, including
"Jingle All the Way," "Enemy of the State," "Must Be Santa," "Simple Plan,"
"Frost," "Shaft", "The Grinch," "Riding in Cars with Boys," "Serendipity,"
"Call Me Claus,"Catch Me If You Can," "Analyze That," and "Blizzard."
Bronner's motto is "Enjoy CHRISTmas, It's HIS Birthday; Enjoy LIFE, It's