Fighting the war on Christmas

The war on Christmas has hit Atlantic City.

Those who are coming into town to celebrate the Christmas season, expect a festive atmosphere in the entertainment hub of New Jersey, but that is not what Chasing News found on the boardwalk.

There was no sign of Christmas -- not a single sparkling light, ornament, or holly bush as far as the eye could see.

The one saving grace on the boardwalk is the Pink Bunny Boutique adult store, which is fighting back against the war on Christmas by bringing holiday cheer to all who can hear.

Though it seems the whole city and even state have given up on Atlantic City, Wendy Martinez and her staff at the Pink Bunny Boutique have not.

The city has not lifted a finger to hang decorations on this end of town so this small business is out spreading Christmas spirit one candy cane at a time.

The Mayor of Atlantic City, Don Guardian, did not have a comment for this story. 

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