I would have to say yes, and this is coming from me, an agnostic atheist whose family comprises of mostly Roman Catholics with one part of my mother’s side of the family being Eastern Orthodox Christian, of all the kinds of people. Personally, I do not see why people would be getting offended about it; if you think about it, Christmas has become an almost secular holiday with the use Santa Claus and Christmas trees, so it’s not like you are being given something about Jesus Christ. Like someone said here in the comments, if you are offended by Christmas symbols and traditions that are not malicious in any way, shape, or form nor any sort of attack on your religious beliefs, then YOU are the one with the problem. And this applies not just for Christmas symbols, but any other sort of holiday symbols. What’s next, people getting offended by winter-related symbols such as reindeer, snowflakes, or snowmen? Really, it has just gotten ridiculous.