With Christmas just around the corner, it’s time to get into the holiday spirit. Recently, we were able to help spread cheer by delivering a dumpster to Holiday On Ice in Charlotte, NC.

Holiday On Ice is able to bring an outdoor ice skating rink to the people of Charlotte just in time for the holidays. Each year, between November and January skaters are able to soar through a winter wonderland. Holiday puts on a number of events during that time period including date nights, live music and even a visit from Santa.

The rink is located at the NASCAR Hall of Fame Plaza, and skaters can even enter the Hall of Fame to view the exhibits. Rain or shine, the ice rink is open to all who wish to partake in the seasonal tradition. With this season ending on January 5th, there is a limited amount of time to get your wintry adventure in. We recommend getting some hot chocolate while at Holiday On Ice — just for tradition’s sake.

Whether or not you make it out onto the ice this year, we wish you all a very happy holiday.

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