Christmas is coming early and it’s about to get much, much worse for Christmas shopping.
It’s not just the big box stores that are struggling to cope.
And it’s not only the big stores that have been hit hard.
According to a new report from the National Geographic Society, Christmas shopping is coming to an end.
The holiday shopping season will be the longest in at least a decade.
The report predicts that, in 2021, the average person will spend $3,500 on Christmas, up from $2,500 in 2020.
That will be a 30 percent increase over 2020, but not quite enough to keep up with inflation.
As for the big retailers, the National Association of Convenience Stores predicted Christmas shopping in 2021 would reach $5,200, or nearly a third of what it is today.
But the reality is, it will be $1,800, or less than half the annual average spending in 2020 and only a fifth of what the average consumer spent in 2021.
So what can the National Society do?
First, the organization needs to do its part to promote Christmas.
It needs to make Christmas more fun.
It should make it easier for shoppers to buy items at a higher price than in the past.
It could make it so that shoppers can choose from a large selection of different gift options, like Christmas lights, and more affordable gift ideas like holiday decor.
It can help people avoid the big boxes and give them a chance to try more interesting holiday shopping.
And most importantly, it should make sure people are happy about their purchases.
This is one of the biggest problems with Christmas shopping today: The majority of shoppers are not spending their money on gifts, and the stores are not making enough money.
This year, there are no plans to increase the Christmas season in 2021 to help boost sales.
And retailers are feeling the heat.
This season, the NACS expects the season to be among the busiest ever, with average holiday sales exceeding $2.2 billion, or $3.4 billion more than the year before.
And sales are forecast to hit $4.1 billion in 2021 in the U.S., which would be the highest total since 2009.
As we’ve reported before, the industry has been hit particularly hard by the Great Recession.
And as we’ve pointed out before, consumers are spending less than ever before on Christmas.
The economy has been slow to recover, as people have lost jobs and households are struggling with the economic downturn.
This has created a climate of consumer anxiety.
And the National Zoo, the largest museum in the country, recently had a major problem.
Its ticket prices were rising faster than the zoo could make them, and they were facing a looming $3 million debt, according to the New York Times.
As a result, the zoo canceled shows in the spring, which hurt attendance.
Even more worrisome, in some cases, the price increases made it hard for some of the zoo’s most important attractions to continue operating.
As the National Post reported, the park’s ticket prices have increased by nearly 30 percent in the last three years, from $20 to $30 a ticket.
And while the zoo has been able to cut costs, it hasn’t been able find the revenue it needs to pay for its attractions.
So while the cost of admission to the zoo is relatively low compared to other major American cities, the cost to the public can add up quickly.
In addition, the prices at the top of the ticket line have been rising faster for the last several years, and some zoo visitors are not able to buy enough tickets to get through the day.
To help combat the financial challenges, the Zoo has begun a $500 million gift program for families, which is meant to encourage them to save and to save money.
The zoo has also partnered with Walmart, Walmart’s own retail arm, to offer discounts on items at its stores that offer Christmas decorations, as well as items from its gift shop.
Walmart is also offering discounts on holiday items, including the famous Santa Clauses and the Christmas tree, which were made for the amusement park.
But these programs are limited to certain regions and certain retailers.
Walmart, meanwhile, is also making it easier to get discounts on gift cards at other stores, such as Target and Kohl’s.
And Walmart is promising to be even more generous to families in the future.
In fact, the company is already offering a $5 credit toward a holiday shopping trip for a family of four.
So how will the National League of Cities respond to these challenges?
First of all, the NLC is looking to take action to help retailers.
The NLC has launched its Holiday Shopping Initiative, which aims to boost sales at stores that do not offer holiday gifts or have an existing Christmas-themed program.
The initiative aims to help merchants and other retailers increase sales at their stores by adding holiday merchandise, as long as it is in a fun and appropriate way, such that shoppers feel like they’re shopping