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Podcast: The 12 Days of Christmas … Like You’ve Never Heard It Before

In this jeweler-specific version, one section remains reassuringly the same.

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OVER THE COUNTER EPISODE 17: THE 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS (9:47 MINUTES)


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IN THIS SPECIAL EPISODE of Over the Counter, host Kyle Bullock grabs a guitar and presents you with his very own, jeweler-specific version of the classic holiday song, “The 12 Days of Christmas”.

We won’t spoil it for except to say that, while you won’t hear about any partridges in pear trees, one part of the song remains, reassuringly, the same. (Can you guess which part?)

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Kyle Bullock is a fourth-generation jeweler who manages Bullock's Jewelry in Roswell, NM. He is also a best selling author, speaker and performer, and small business coach. To contact him, email him at [email protected].

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