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Christia Duncan’s infatuation with Christmas decorating started when he could barely hang lights on the lowest branches of the tree.

He remembers helping his grandparents string lights and glowing Santas outside their home in Indianapolis. By the time he was 12, he was decorating his home by himself, taking on the task of checking the bulbs and hanging the lights without the help of his parents.

That tradition has continued to this day.

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