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How Charlie Brown became a Thanksgiving Day Parade balloon again

There is a Santa's workshop and it's in the heart of New Jersey. Housed in a relatively understated, three-story brick building, Macy's Studio is not filled with toys, but, instead, wondrous holiday creations that boggle the mind. Year-round, a team of designers, builders and artists craft the floats and giant balloons that populate the annual holiday season extravaganza known as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
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