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Limited Quantities Left of the Madison Annual Ornament

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MADISON, NJ -  There are only three shopping days left until Christmas and there is a limited quality of the Madison "Rose City" 2016 ornament left.

"The crystal cut ornaments are the perfect stocking stuffer, teachers gift, token for a neighbor or hostess gift," said Karen Giambra, Executive Director of the Madison Chamber of Commerce. "Many people pre-bought these at Christmas time last year and tucked them away for graduation gifts for Madison High School Seniors, which was a great idea."

The ornaments are $20 and come with a gift box and a silver ribbon.  Ornaments are available at the Madison Pharmacy, 66 Main Street or by emailing, madisonchamber@gmail.com.

"Don't miss out on the perfect gift for anyone who lives in or loves Madison," added Giambra. 

 

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