Artificial Christmas Tree Retailer Balsam Hill™ Releases Denali White Christmas Tree

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Luxury artificial tree retailer Balsam Hill releases Denali White Christmas tree, an all-white tree featuring their True Needle™ technology.

Luxury artificial Christmas tree manufacturer Balsam Hill™ has recently released a new product, the Denali White Christmas tree. Named for Denali, or Mount McKinley, America's highest peak, the tree represents the high end brand's first departure from traditional green artificial trees.

Featuring Balsam Hill's signature True Needle™ branch tips, the Denali white Christmas tree melds the kitsch value of an all-white tree with Balsam Hill's signature realistic faux evergreen foliage. Balsam Hill's True Needle™ branch tips consist of artificial needles that mimic the texture and symmetry of real evergreen needles.

According to Thomas Harman, Balsam Hill CEO, white Christmas trees are growing in popularity: "We designed this tree because we received thousands of requests for white Christmas trees on our site last year. Customers want white trees because they look great with modern decor. We're making every effort to stay on top of our customers' needs since the market is growing so quickly."

White trees are often used at weddings, in hotels, or in stores---anywhere where style trumps tradition. Though Balsam Hill's is not the first white Christmas tree on the market, it is the only one to make use of True Needle™ Technology, and certainly the most realistic in silhouette. Clearly, white trees have entered the mainstream.

About Balsam Hill™
Balsam Hill's mission is to create the highest quality artificial Christmas trees, wreaths and garlands you can find anywhere. The Balsam Hill team is passionate about developing life-like, premium pre lit Christmas trees for a more festive---and convenient---holiday season. Based in Redwood City, California, Balsam Hill designs all of its own trees, which are available exclusively through its flagship store in Palo Alto, California, and online through http://www.balsamhill.com.

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