Stamford Re-Uses Rockefeller Center Tree


Remember the 80-foot Norway spruce that took center stage this past holiday season at Rockefeller Center? Well, it has found a new home, a permanent home in Stamford, Conn. Habitat for Humanity has taken the tree and used it in the construction of a eight-unit condominium complex on West Main Street. This is a much better use for the remarkable tree than just throwing it away, wouldn’t you agree?

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If you want more details about the use of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, check out this article from the Stamford Advocate.

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