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King of Christmas, A Visionary in Creating Highly Realistic Artificial Trees, Provides Lasting Memories for Families

It’s the holiday season so let the debate begin: should you buy a real or artificial Christmas tree for your home or office? They may be biased, but King of Christmas, the leading retailer of artificial Christmas trees and décor, says why not take the guesswork out of finding the perfect tree, all while having all the available options you could ever want.

The company offers a myriad of artificial trees including traditional species found in nature to fun, colorful implementations, and even lit and unlit options. And they come in varying sizes to fit any space perfectly. With simple assembly instructions and the ability to shape the tree to match any fresh cut competitor, King of Christmas provides premium holiday decor that fosters a magical atmosphere of family tradition.

Established in Pennsylvania in 2012, King of Christmas’ vision has been and remains to create highly realistic artificial trees that bring Christmas to life and create lasting memories. Staying true to their commitment to authentic aesthetics has allowedthem to grow to be one of the largest online Christmas retailers as well as the go-to for celebrity and influencer tree purchases as well. From snow-covered to jewel toned, there is a tree for every aesthetic.

In the spirit of the holiday season, King of Christmas is committed to helping communities across the U.S. make their own memories. Since December2017, the company has worked with local charities and shelters in Houstonto donate over 1,400 artificial Christmas trees to the families affected by Hurricane Harvey. The following year, their partnership was with the Salvation Army in Wilmington, North Carolina, where some 500 trees graced the homes of those affected by Hurricane Florence; with another 500 trees given to the families and volunteers of the campfires in Northern California. In December 2019, King of Christmas partnered with Habitat for Humanity in Sacramento, California to donate over 300 Artificial Christmas trees to underprivileged families in the area. Even today, charitable donations remain a strong cornerstone of the King of Christmas brand ensuring that through the décor we remember to celebrate the real meaning of the holiday spirit.

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