Our Annual Holiday Memory Giveaway!

December 1, 2016


At Manchester Wood we love the holidays as much as you do. It’s a time that brings about family and friends, in gratitude, gift giving, and celebration. In honor of these cherished moments, both past and present, we offer our annual December giveaway as a “Holiday Memory Giveaway” where you can share with us some great holiday stories in comment section below, on Manchester Wood’s Facebook, or email us one privately at You can also share on our Google+ or mention us on Twitter (@ManchesterWood) to be entered. It can be a beautifully nostalgic time for many of us, why not share it! Upon sharing your holiday memory you’ll be entered into our raffle drawing at the end of this month (12/31) for a FREE Wall Magazine Rack shipped to your requested address at no cost.


Happy Holidays!

From our family to yours,

Ed & Priscilla Eriksen

Manchester Wood: American Made Furniture

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  • Reply Lauralee Hensley December 1, 2016 at 3:21 pm

    #MonthlyGiveaway #HolidayMemoryGiveaway #MadeinUSA Favorite HOLIDAY MEMORY making Jesus Christ’s Birthday Cake as a family. Then decorating it together. Then blowing out the candle together and afterwards saying “We are not blowing out the light of this world, but are instead taking him into our hearts.” Cake was made on Christmas Eve and the Candle blowing out ceremony was done on Christmas after our Christmas Dinner. We always followed the saying by singing Happy Birthday to Jesus.

    • Reply Brian McNally December 4, 2016 at 8:42 pm

      There is one one enduring memory of Christmas that comes flooding back when I see ribbon candy, when I was very young I would visit my twin aunts who lived downstairs in the 2 family home my grandfather built. There apartment was always decked out with all kind of festive decorations and the best food and holiday candy, but I was partial to the ribbon candy. It was a very special and wonderful time and a time I have great memories of to this day. Oh to be a kid at Christmas !

  • Reply REBECCA STEPHEN December 6, 2016 at 10:13 am

    There were 9 of us kids and very poor, our grandparents came over with a big basket of fruit and nuts for us, it was wonderful, fruit in the winter

  • Reply patriica skinner December 8, 2016 at 12:28 pm

    My favorite memory is when my brothers got toy soldiers and blocks for Christmas. We constantly played with those toys.

  • Reply Brenda Hart December 26, 2016 at 5:15 pm

    The one memory I have is when I was 17 and was hospitalized just before Christmas. I got to come home and the one gift I had asked for every year from Santa was a Raggedy Ann doll. My parents were hard working and had five kids to feed so we didn’t get much for Christmas. I figured. Santa had only enough for other little girls so I learned to not ask anymore. Who would have thought at 17 under the tree was a special gift from Santa. A raggedy Ann doll.

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