Boy Scout Christmas Tree Lot Set To Open In Grand Junction Colorado
One of the joys of the holiday season for many people is finding that perfect Christmas tree.
What Is Your Christmas Tree Tradition?
Christmas trees are part of the holiday tradition. For some, that means the same artificial tree every year, pulled down from the rafters or brought in from the garage. You might be one that does the Griswold tradition of cutting your own tree from the forest. Maybe you look forward every year to scanning the local stores and tree lots for the perfect tree.
Supporting Local Boy Scouts
One great option this holiday season is to support Boy Scout Troops 318 and 328 which will be selling live Christmas trees this year. Here's the deal. Get them while you can, because there are fewer boy scout trees available this year. Troop 303 is not selling them this holiday season, which means these trees are highly likely to sell out much earlier than normal. Typically they sell out the week before Christmas, but these aren't going to last that long.
300 Trees Available
The boy scouts have 300 trees available, and when they are gone they are gone for good. They are also making it easier for everybody to get to the tree lot by offering expanded hours for tree sales.