Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is such a fun song. Anyone who loves celebrating Christmas will immediately recognize it even by just the instrumentals alone. However, this story has a surprising melancholy but beautiful backstory.
In 1939, department store copywriter Robert Lewis May started writing a story to market to customers. He wrote Rudolph’s story in the midst of caring for his dying wife. After his wife passed, he found solace in completing the story, drawing inspiration from the reindeers that his daughter loved at the local zoo. Later on, the department store awarded him with the rights to the story which became very popular. He then looked for a way to turn Rudolph’s story into a song that became the beloved holiday tune.
Make the holidays even brighter by including this fiberglass statue of a sitting Rudolph while playing the song in the background. It also comes in a 7-foot version.
It also comes in different positions: sitting, skating, jumping, and as a wall mount.
Dimension: L 60 x W 39 x H 112cm