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Artificial prelit christmas tree made in america

Are you looking for a new Christmas tree for this year? If you are one of those who enjoy being able to get a Christmas tree out of a box you may be interested in the artificial prelit Christmas tree made in America. You will find these Christmas trees are sold just about anywhere.

JC Penny will actually sell artificial prelit Christmas trees made in America. When I say made in America I do mean made in South and North America, not specifically the USA. While the parts are manufactured in the USA the actual building of the Christmas trees occur in a factory in Mexico. You can go online to the JC Penny stores and purchase your artificial prelit Christmas tree made in America or you can visit one of their many locations around the USA.

If you are looking for an artificial prelit Christmas tree made in America you will want to do a little research. JC Penny is honest about where they manufacturer and assemble the parts for the Christmas trees, however you may find not all factories are as open. You do need to research where the manufacturing company is if you are set on an artificial prelit Christmas tree made in America.

Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland is yet another place that sells artificial prelit Christmas trees made in America. You will find they are located in Frankenmuth Michigan. This is a giant outlet store specifically with Christmas in mind. They have many different products made in America. Most of the products are also handcrafted. You will find personalized items, Nativity scenes, and even holiday d‚cor.

An artificial prelit Christmas tree made in America is going to be preassembled. This means the lights, the pieces of the tree, and the stand are all going to be in the box assembled. Some artificial Christmas trees lack the construction. You actually have to buy the tree and assemble it at home by placing the branches in the tree stand. You also have to straighten out the branches, and then decorate the tree. With the artificial prelit Christmas tree made in America you will find the lights are already on the tree, all you have to add is the ornaments. You can also get some of the artificial prelit Christmas trees made in America with garland. There are stores that sell a completely decorated artificial Christmas tree. You just have to go online or shop around your local stores to find what you want.

Lawrence

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October 31, 2007 - Posted by | Blogroll

4 Comments »

  1. JC Penney in First Colony Mall, Sugar Land, TX, tells me that all their trees are made in China. Comment?
    M Parker

    Comment by Mary Ann parker | November 6, 2007 | Reply

  2. I just visited Bronners today and they only had one tree that was made in the U.S.A. It was very short. I will go without before I buy a tree made in China so I will keep shopping. Thank you for your efforts.

    Dana Lopez

    Comment by Dana A. Lopez | November 17, 2007 | Reply

  3. I called Bronner’s, and they had only one artificial tree that was made in America. It was 7-ft. tall and neither prelit nor hinged. I’ve spent hours on the Internet and have so far been unable to find a prelit or hinged tree made in America. I would be willing to pay more if I could find one. Business idea, anyone??

    Comment by Lyn | November 30, 2007 | Reply

  4. Yeah, made in America, with american materials, no lead, blah blah blah… where do you think those assambled lights come from?

    buy an american made tree with no lights. For lead-free Christmas lights visit EADlighting.com, all of their products are RoHS compliant.

    PS (Make research on what RoHS stands for)

    Comment by Tesla | December 3, 2008 | Reply


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