Innovative Website Design by Christmas Central Stimulates Growth for 2013

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Christmas Central, one of the internet’s leading retailers of holiday merchandise and home décor, released their completely revamped user interface

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Christmas Central attained a significant rise in sales and revenue yet again during 2012, despite the nation’s economic stagnation. The company’s website experienced increased traffic as well that year, with over 1.7 million unique visitors to the website, a 43% surge since 2011. Continuously expanding demographics and product lines spurred Christmas Central to fully overhaul their website to accommodate their 2 million visitors in 2012. Enhanced search capabilities feature a consumer friendly approach with a festively eye-catching design. Convenient categories make it quick and easy to find exactly what you need from their extensive array of over 50,000 products.

The innovative website modifications along with the announcement of significantly increased rankings in their third consecutive year on Inc. 5000’s List of America’s Fastest Growing Companies have CIO Nathan Gordon excited for the upcoming holiday season. He states, “I look forward to continued success with our shrewdly restructured website. The shopping experience is not only more visually appealing but also more convenient for our customers.”

About is a division of Gordon Companies Inc., a family owned and operated business founded in 1977. The company has operated its Cheektowaga, New York flagship store, Dave’s Christmas Wonderland, for 35 years, and is now in its second generation. Gordon Companies, Inc. currently offers over 50,000 unique products through its web stores:,,, and Inc. magazine named it the Fastest-Growing Company in Western New York, and lists it in the Top 5000 Fastest-Growing Companies in America.

For more information, or to schedule an interview with Nathan Gordon, please call Nick Nicola at (716) 558-2831, or email to Nick(at)ChristmasCentral(dot)com.

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