It’s that time of year.
Tens-of-thousands of socks are nailed above fireplaces, our landscape is covered with millions of electric bulbs and our living rooms are filled with cut and quickly drying conifers wrapped in still more electric lights and placed next to the fireplace.
But we’re not here to share our theory about holiday traditions being a conspiracy by the fire-hose manufacturing industry (spoiler alert: they are).
We’re here to let you know that Echo-Factory will be closing at noon on December 24th to let our workers spend some time with their families, and maybe even find a bit of snow to frolic in. We’ll be back on January 5th to swap stories of holiday survival.
Have a very happy, and safe, holiday. We’ll see you on the other side.