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Monday, November 17, 2014

Oh Christmas Tree Giveaway

Yes, you can win yourself a Christmas tree here. Pre-lit even. Open to continental US residents only. You have through 12/2 to enter to win. Good luck.
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The King Flock Christmas Tree, Freshly fallen snow blankets all the trees outside and by your fireplace a King Flock Tree brings the beauty of winter indoors. Recreate the magic of a snowy winter’s day with the King Flock’s realistic snow-powdered, flame retardant foliage. This high-end tree boasts heavily flocked tips of PVC with stainless steel cores that offer realistic presentation and require no additional shaping. A convenient hinged construction allows for easy setup of the King Flock.  Wide to bottom, this high quality tree features a strong center pole of stainless steel as well as an included metal foot. Available in models from 5 to 9 feet in height, The King Flock Christmas Tree is offered in LED light, and unlit models, all with the snowy magic of Christmas Time.

This giveaway is open to the Continental US only (because of shipping costs) and will end on December 2nd, 2014.  Good Luck!!

37 comments:

  1. My family has always preferred the smell of real trees.

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  2. I have always preferred real trees for look and the smell but my Mom has one that looks as real as it gets!

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  3. I love real trees, but do not have a way to go get one. The cost yearly is an issue also. We do our tree with white lights with red,white and silver decorations.

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  4. I prefer artificial. You can put them up with worrying about needles falling all over or watering. You can also leave them up longer without worrying about a fire

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  5. I prefer artificial trees. I don't have a theme. I just buy decorations I like or that mean something.

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  6. I prefer real tree but I hate the needles. I just have decoration that mean to me..

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  7. I'm allergic to real trees so always had an artificial tree.

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  8. My family has always done an artificial tree. I have nothing against real trees I just worry about the fire hazard of them if you don't take care of them. If I did a real tree I would want one that I could plant afterwards and not just throw out the tree (and money) when your finished with it.

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  9. Growing up, we always had real trees. I loved going to the Christmas tree lot to pick out the fullest, nicest tree we could find. And the smell is just awesome! For the past 10 years, however, we have only used our one artificial tree. It's rather short (about 3.5 ft), so we have to set it on a little side table. It would be such a blessing to have a 6.5 ft tree! And it has snow??? I love that! :) Our little one is just green. As far as ornament themes go, I personally choose a different theme each year. I'm in charge of the tree decorating, and I really get into it! We had a very classic gold/silver tree last year, so I'd love to do something more colorful & whimsical this year...still thinking about it ;)

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  10. We prefer a real tree and we decorate eclectically with all the decorations the kids have made over the years.

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  11. I prefer an artificial tree as I think trees belong outside for us to enjoy. I decorate with sentimental ornaments that we have collected over the years. I am not one on themes.

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  12. I'm answering this just like I really have a choice in this matter. I personally refer real trees from a scent standpoint but from the standpoint that I'm the one that has to deal with getting it in and out, I prefer artificial. The don't hurt near as much trying to get them in the stand, put lights on them and they're much easier to take down. And when it's clean up time they're not near the headache for my vacuum. But as in most houses, what my wants, my wife gets. Happy wife, happy life. LOL

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  13. We really like real trees because they are just so nice and I love the smell. However, we have a dog this year who we aren't 100% sure how he'll dig the real tree, so we are undecided personally about this year

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  14. We prefer an artificial tree. It does not make a mess with needles on carpet. We can store and be ready with a tree for next year.

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  15. I don't really have a preference, but I will say that we typically use an artificial tree just because it's easier. However, my husband and I plan to get real trees when we have kids one day so that we can bring them with us to a tree farm to pick out the tree. We don't really have a particular theme for our tree decor, just Christmas-y. Lol.

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  16. I prefer a artificail tree. We do red and gold.

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  17. I love real trees, but they don't last as long as I like to have them up and dry out way too quickly. I hate the needles on the floor and the mess it makes taking it down. For a theme, I've purchased an ornament a year for each of my kids as they were growing up and give them their collection when they leave home. I have one kid's ornaments left so now I've started on my grandkids!

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  18. I definately prefer an artificial tree. Theres minimal cleanup & looks just as nice as a real tree. I generally have alot of white on my tree. Very pretty!

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  19. I like an artificial tree. I like that I can put it up and take it down whenever I want. I have somewhat of a theme in that I like vintage ornaments on one tree and modern on another.

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  20. I would much rather look at and smell a real tree!! But, I don't like to clean up the mess that a real one makes. I don't have a theme going yet this year for my decor or the tree!

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  21. I prefer an artificial tree because it's less hassle. We pile the tree with all the ornaments we have, old ball ornaments, vintage mercury glass, new Hallmark, no theme, just lots and lots filling every space. Many memories.

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  22. We have an artificial tree. My husband does not like the hassle of a real tree. Our lastest theme was purple.

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  23. I prefer an artificial tree just because I don't like the mess a real one makes. We don't really have a theme, it is just decorated with things the kids made over the years.

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  24. I think prefer artificial since they are more economical in the long run and don't shed needles

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  25. I LIKE ARTIFICIAL TREES, NO NEEDLES. I LIKE A SPORTS THEME.

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  26. I love having a real tree but they are such a hassle. But, I also don't want a cheap looking artificial tree.

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  27. I prefer artificial tree I love that I can put and leave up for a long time. I have no theme for my tree I put on it what ever I feel like.

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  28. I like artifical trees because of the needles. I like to decorate my tree with mini christmas tree toys

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  29. I prefer a artificail trees they are less messy and i dont need to water them we do red blue and gold balls and white rope stuff

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  30. I like how when you have a real tree the house fills with it's wonderful scent. I guess our "theme" is family for tree decor.

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  31. I prefer an artificial tree and I love to put white lights and gold and wooden ornaments. Plus I have several of my daughters handmade ornaments... handprints and such that go on every year.

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  32. i prefer real trees to be outside where they belong.we have an artificial tree dont really have a theme.sometimes we put on ceramic ornaments i painted sometimes christmas balls

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  33. I prefer real. Always have. It's the smell and it reminds me of when I was a kid. But they are a mess lol

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  34. I prefer a real tree over an artificial tree. I have always loved the smell of real trees. We never have a theme for our trees. We just kinda throw whatever we have on it.

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  35. I like the smell of real, but the convenience and cost-savings of artificial.

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