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The Diamond Center will again be taking part in the National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day on Friday December 15th!

What to do on December 15th?

Feeling bored? Uninspired by life? Do you need four cups of coffee just to break the monotony of the 9 to 5? Fortunately, there is one special day in December that will alleviate these common maladies. That day, my friends, is National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day on Friday, December 15th, 2017! National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day is about proudly sporting your favorite ugly Christmas sweater for the entire day…regardless of circumstances. Wear it to school, to work, to a funeral, to your sister’s wedding. Got an important interview on Friday? Oops, tough luck. Worried the judge will increase your sentence if you show up to court in an ugly Christmas sweater? Sorry bud, no exceptions. Share this special day with your friends and spread the word until your face falls off.

Don’t Own Any Ugly Christmas Sweaters? You have time – go check out www.tipsyelves.com. Tipsy Elves designs and sells some of the funniest Christmas sweaters out there and they have a variety of ugly Christmas sweaters for women and men. Tipsy Elves stands alone as the true leader in the Christmas sweater space and their quality and customer service is second to none.

History of Ugly Christmas Sweater Day

Launched in 2011, this annual celebration, which is growing in popularity every year among adults and children, is not simply an excuse to parade humiliatingly-unfashionable seasonal knitwear featuring Rudolph, Christmas puddings and Frosty the Snowman; it is a light-hearted and enjoyable fundraising event with a serious aim in aid of Save the Children.

Since then it has been used as an important event to help drive charity funds for organizations that help children around the world deal with illnesses that shouldn’t be anything more than a minor inconvenience· The firm belief that children shouldn’t die from easily treated diseases is what brings this holiday to the fore· It’s often speculated that we subject ourselves to a minor harmless ailment, the sight of these hideous sweaters, to help save the children from medically similar situations.