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Christmas Creep

Posted by Jason Nicklin at

Already, retailers have begun their yearly holiday season shopping promotions. This phenomenon, known as Christmas creep has been well document in the past. It is a merchandizing occurrence whereby retailers and merchants exploit the highly commercialized Christmas status by bringing the holiday shopping season earlier than normal. Typically, the Christmas season starts with Advent that happens between the 3rd of November and 3rd December. It lasts through the Christmastide, officially starting 25th December and lasts for twelve days. Every year the retailers sort of manipulate the Christmas season to bring it up earlier so that they get additional time to...

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Looking After Your Real Christmas Tree

Posted by Matthew Palfrey at

Homes and offices can sometimes be quite warm, dry environments, and so we recommend following a few of our simple tips to make sure your Christmas tree lasts its best. With suitable care all of our Christmas trees should easily last at least a month or more, but they are living things of course, and so following a few simple tips will help your office Christmas tree look fabulous right through the festive season. Try to make sure that your Christmas tree is not exposed to any sudden or dramatic changes in temperature. Leaving it near a radiator or...

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Greener Corporate Christmas Trees

Posted by Matthew Palfrey at

All of our corporate Christmas trees and office Christmas trees have one thing in common (aside from being of the very highest quality of course). Whether you choose a Norway Spruce or Nordmann Fir and whether you choose to have it decorated in traditional colours, this season's colours or your company's colours, all of our trees are green. That's 'green' as in local, British grown trees.  All our trees are grown on a sustainable basis by professional farmers which means any carbon offset.  We recycled all the Christmas trees after the season is over, the chippings are used in parks...

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