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Our 2019 Christmas Commercial ~ “A Baby Changes Everything”

We’re pleased to present our 2019 Christmas commercial, “A Baby Changes Everything.” It focuses on a young couple — from their budding friendship as children to when they start a family of their own.

Having a baby changes everything in the most incredible ways. Marriages become families, houses become homes and our lives make room for new love. In the hustle and bustle of the holidays, we hope this commercial reminds us to take our time and find wonder in the gift of children.

Our hospital has created its own Christmas commercials each year for more than a decade. To view them all and vote for your favorite, visit LexMedChristmas.com.

From our family to yours, Merry Christmas.

Christmas Commercial 2019: A Behind-the-Scenes Look

Each year, Lexington Medical Center produces its own Christmas commercial. Shot in the Midlands and featuring hospital employees and their families, the commercials have become a popular tradition and share the hope and joy of the Christmas season.

This year’s commercial will debut on Thanksgiving during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and continue throughout the season during your favorite holiday programming. The theme is “A Baby Changes Everything.” Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the filming this month. Do you recognize any of the locations or people?

You can view all of Lexington Medical Center’s Christmas commercials on LexMedChristmas.com and vote for your favorite. Also, kids of all ages can download a free Christmas activities sheet.

Lexington Medical Center looks forward to sharing the spirit of the Christmas season with you.

Star of “The Greatest Show on Earth” in Our Christmas Commercial

The young man cast in a leading role in our hospital Christmas commercial has worn many hats, including membership in an elite group that’s probably very familiar to you.

Courtesy: Ringling Bros.

Tyron McFarlan plays a doctor in Lexington Medical Center’s 2018 Christmas commercial. But In 2005, McFarlan became only the 34th person in history to become the “singing Ringmaster” for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, also known as “The Greatest Show on Earth.”

Part of his job was to draw the crowd into the show by saying the iconic line, “Ladies and Gentlemen, Children of All Ages, Welcome to the Greatest Show on Earth!”

Tyron McFarlan on the set of our 2018 Christmas commercial

The Columbia native was selected from a national search for being a charismatic performer with charm, strong singing ability and a dynamic voice.

Talking about his experience in a news interview with WLTX in 2016, he said, “When the curtains open, we draw people into our circus world where they see some of the most amazing performances you’d ever see in your life.”

A former captain in the South Carolina Army National Guard and graduate of Keenan High School and the University of South Carolina, McFarlan traveled around the world with the circus, leading more than 2,500 shows as the Ringmaster.

Earlier in his career, McFarlan landed roles in musicals such as Ragtime and Jesus Christ Superstar at Columbia’s Workshop Theater. And, he appeared as one of the “Tough Guys” in commercials for Ford’s F-150 pickup truck.

The circus closed in 2017, after more than 140 years. During that time, fewer people served as Ringmaster than as President of the United States.

Today, McFarlan is working with another show, the Big Apple Circus.

You can watch our Christmas commercial by clicking here or look for it during your favorite holiday programs this season. Merry Christmas!