BAR HARBOR, ME (PRWEB) November 28, 2005
Drivers this year are adding the fresh scent of balsam fir to their vehicles (not hanging from the mirror but on the outside) with a Christmas wreath from Acadia Wreath Company (http://www.acadiawreath.com).
“Adorning your car or truck with a Christmas wreath is a wonderful way to spread holiday cheer,” says Lynn Jebbia, president of Acadia Wreath Company. “Here in the state of Maine, many people attach Christmas wreaths to the front grill of their cars and trucks during the holiday season.”
Acadia’s Balsam Fir Car/Truck Christmas Wreath is approximately 18 inches in diameter, ornamented with pinecones, and comes with a red weatherproof bow. It’s only $22 with free shipping from Acadia Wreath Company http://www.acadiawreath.com/carortruckwreaths.html
“Our customers love the scent of fresh balsam fir every time they get in and out of their cars, and it looks so festive on their vehicles,” Jebbia says. “In fact, some people see the wreath’s red bow and think the driver just received a new car for Christmas. It’s a lot of fun!”
Acadia Wreath offers a full line of holiday products fresh from the renowned forests of Maine, including Christmas wreaths for your door http://www.acadiawreath.com/wreaths.html , Christmas centerpieces http://www.acadiawreath.com/centerpieces.html and Kissing Balls http://www.acadiawreath.com/kissingball.html, among others.
The company is certified by the Better Business Bureau Reliability Program and recommended by Southern Living magazine.
About Acadia Wreath Company:
Headquartered in Bar Harbor, Maine, Acadia Wreath Company has been in business for 10 years. The company works with local tippers and wreath makers to secure the freshest Balsam Fir without killing or harming the trees. Only part of each branch is harvested so that the branch can produce another tip for a future harvest and remain vigorous. The balsam fir tree has lush soft foliage and sturdy branches that allows for easy decorating. Needle retention is good and it's the most fragrant of all the varieties, the most familiar scent of Christmas.
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