Ted Corman is shown being interviewed in the workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011 at Cormans (Corman & Associates, Inc.) in Lexington, Ky. Most people still think of Cormans as the Lexington institution for Christmas with its elaborate Christmas decorations for sale in years past. In actuality, the company has long focused on store displays of all kinds as it main business. Everything from National Park gift shops to real department stores are set up by the Lexington-based firm.  Photo by David Perry | Staff
Ted Corman is shown being interviewed in the workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011 at Cormans (Corman & Associates, Inc.) in Lexington, Ky. Most people still think of Cormans as the Lexington institution for Christmas with its elaborate Christmas decorations for sale in years past. In actuality, the company has long focused on store displays of all kinds as it main business. Everything from National Park gift shops to real department stores are set up by the Lexington-based firm. Photo by David Perry | Staff
Ted Corman is shown being interviewed in the workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011 at Cormans (Corman & Associates, Inc.) in Lexington, Ky. Most people still think of Cormans as the Lexington institution for Christmas with its elaborate Christmas decorations for sale in years past. In actuality, the company has long focused on store displays of all kinds as it main business. Everything from National Park gift shops to real department stores are set up by the Lexington-based firm. Photo by David Perry | Staff

For Cormans store-display company, Christmas is just one day of the year

December 21, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED December 21, 2011 06:25 AM

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