Did you know, Rudolph, who now resides at the North Pole, was born in Chicago in 1939?
The Montgomery Ward department store chain assigned ad copywriter Robert May to compose a Christmas poem that could be distributed to customers nationwide. He wrote “Rollo the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” but execs didn’t like that name. They vetoed Reginald too. May’s third name, Rudolph, was accepted, and the poem was shared with millions of customersAdd to favorites