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Indiana Historical Society – Festival of Trees

Our artificial Christmas trees are exclusively used by the Indiana Historical Society in downtown Indianapolis for their annual Festival of Trees. More than seventy (70) of our trees are spread throughout their grand building. They even feature our 30' custom tree! This event attracts over 17,000 attendees every year. The designers at the Indiana Historical Society in Indianapolis expect the best trees in the industry for their events. The trees are realistic, sturdy, the feature Stay-lit lights that will...


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Needles and Realism – Artificial Christmas Trees

When researching artificial Christmas trees, you will often see the needle type listed in the description. The most common seen are - PVC needles and PE needles. Below is an overview of each type of needle. Our trees have a mix of PE and PVC to provide a realistic tree at an affordable price. PVC Needles PVC (poly vinyl chloride) needles were once the standard for artificial Christmas trees. PVC is cut into thin, rectangular shapes and then wrapped around a...


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Tree Guide

Learn more about our trees from local hardware store expert - Pat Sullivan. He's been sourcing premium artificial Christmas trees for decades while owning Sullivan Hardware and Garden in Indianapolis, IN. Watch below as Pat discusses the differences in tree needles and construction!


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An Overview of Stay-lit Technology

Stay-lit ® Christmas Lights and Pre-Lighted Trees – “STAY LIT – ALWAYS!” Never worry about an entire strand of lights going out again or having to climb up a ladder to find that one bulb that is causing the entire strand of lights to go out! A hundred years from now, a Stay-lit® Christmas light string will never have gone out. Yes, individual bulbs may burn out from time to time but the string will never go out – (unless, of course, you...


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