Crane’s Christmas List

December 10, 2015
Crane Communications

Music and symbolism greatly affect perception because they evoke emotion. These elements work together to create messages in our minds, which influence how we respond to products, places, and corporations. Below is a list of ornaments that represent who we are as individuals and the holiday songs we cherish.

We invite you to get to know us a corporation, a brand, and most importantly, as people through the holiday songs that impact us the most and the ornaments that portray both our character and our responsibilities at Crane Communications, Inc.

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Brian “The Drum” – Marches to the beat of their own drum, thinks outside the box, and comes up with original ideas while putting creative spins on old ones.

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Connie “The Reindeer” – The faithful, supportive coworker and friend who is able to pull the project along when everyone is in a stump.

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Dana “The Train” – Treats every project like an adventure, multitasks seamlessly, and takes on leading and supporting roles depending upon the needs of the project.

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Jessica “The Candy Cane” – Exceptionally innovative, creative, and original. They can see the pros, cons, and opportunities of any business venture.

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Karen “The Nutcracker” – Embodies power and strength. Brings stability, good luck, and good will to the office.

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Lisa “The Angel” – The overseer of the office. She makes sure everything is in order and everyone is doing his or her job. Impeccable management skills.

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Olivia “The Snowflake” – A one-of-a-kind, hard worker who embodies perfection and individuality and pays great attention to detail.

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Rachael “The Carolers” – The ultimate team player. They are outgoing, talkative, and perform and present exceptionally well.

Crane Communications, Inc. wishes you a happy and healthy holiday season and a prosperous New Year!

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