VIA| When global coffeehouse chain Starbucks busted out their red “holiday cups” this year, more than a few people were upset by the new “purity of design.”

For many, it seemed to embody the idea of a ‘War on Christmas,’ one that has played out in schools, malls, and other public locations across the country.

For those looking for a confirmation that Christmas is alive and well in the business world, one Alabama Chick-fil-A has it covered.

From Christmas lights on the building:

Come see our Lights for the Holidays and tune in to the season’s music on 95.3 FM while you are here!

Posted by Chick-fil-A of Hoover Commons on Monday, November 23, 2015

To an in-store Santa:

HO HO HO !! Santa obviously made these two happy!

Posted by Chick-fil-A of Hoover Commons on Tuesday, December 8, 2015

To a North Pole drive-thru:

So this is happening……

Posted by Chick-fil-A of Hoover Commons on Monday, November 23, 2015

Operator David Jackson of the Hoover Commons Chick-fil-A has pulled out all the stops this year to get in the Christmas spirit.

While it’s been a dream of his for years, Jackson says he’s finally partnered with a local company in order to decorate his store with tens of thousands of Christmas lights – and he has no plans of stopping:

“We’ll add more next year. We’re just going to continue to build on it. I would like to turn it into a Clark Griswold type atmosphere where you can see it for miles.”

Jackson’s so filled with the Christmas spirit, he’s even willing to sing some carols to spread the news:

Posted by Chick-fil-A of Hoover Commons on Tuesday, December 1, 2015

On why he’s decided to go all in this holiday season, Jackson points to his smiling customers and says:

“It’s bringing so much joy to so many people. That’s what Christmas is about, trying to bring joy to other people.”

Jackson adds that, in upcoming years, he hopes to surpass 25,000 lights at the Chick-fil-A location.

We think Clark Griswold would be proud.