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Check Out How Bonneville Sacramento Celebrates Christmas

This broadcast-themed tree would make any engineer smile

If you’re not feeling festive, the performance space at Bonneville International’s Sacramento cluster will definitely put you in the holiday spirit.

Director of Engineering Jason Ornellas and his engineering and IT teams set up a Christmas display that would be the envy of any engineer and might even get you craving some eggnog and cookies, along with Christmas carols.

Ornellas shared photos of the decorations on LinkedIn, where he wrote that the “Engineering & IT Department got into the holiday spirit with our throwback tree with a fog machine and all. I get to work with the best team everyday and looking forward to what 2020 brings us.”

According to Ornellas, the tree is outfitted with “mic flags, inner transmission line bullet, heliax cable with N connector, Serial cable, Cat 6 cable, surge protector, CDs, terminal strips” and more. Nearby, they set up “a fog machine feeding into the JBL speaker so smokes comes through the tweeter,” he added. 

[Read about another unconventional — but awesome — radio station decoration]

If your station’s decorated for the holiday season, we’d love to see photos and may even feature them on our website or social media. Send pics to [email protected] or DM us via @radioworld_news on Twitter and @RadioWorldMagazine on Facebook.