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18 January 2018

And the winner of the TEA 2017 Ugly Holiday Sweater Competition is...

...Cynthia Vergon of InFact Global for the "Reindeer with Gastroenteritis" holiday sweater, with unique images on the front and the back, has been named as the Ugliest Holiday Sweater of Them All in the 2017 Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) Ugly Sweater competition. The sweater is an original design creation by Capucine Velz.

There were many other worthy sweaters (or as they call them in the UK, jumpers) in the running. Winners were selected in individual competitions at TEA holiday gatherings on both sides of the Atlantic, and Ms Vergon's emerged as the ultimate, final, international winner. Congratulations!

More information and photos can be found here.

 

Posted by Judy Rubin

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