(USA TODAY) -- The most amazing Christmas card you'll see this year? Probably. Among the most shameless plugs of all time? Definitely.
The Holderness family of Raleigh, N.C., are the brains behind the video Christmas card Christmas Jammies,which has gone viral. Local news anchor Penn Holderness, his wife, Kim,and their two kids, Lola and Penn Charles, rap about their awesome 2013(to Will Smith's Miami) in matching green-and-red Christmas jammies.
Thevideo appears to be nothing more than a cleverly produced holidaygreeting - until the end, when Kim announces her husband just quit hisjob at the TV station to work with her on her production company,Greenroom Communications. There, the couple says,"we'll be making videosjust like these for politicians and companies." Presumably sans thejammies.
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