Last month, Tree Classics launched the “Christmas Legacy Scavenger Hunt,” where a Royal Rockwell Fir Tree was up for grabs. We kicked off the contest by asking the first question, “What’s the tallest a Tree Classics’ Classic Noble Fir Tree can be?” (the answer is 12).
The mechanics were very simple: the first one to answer all of the questions correctly, wins. One eager fan prevailed as the 2012 winner of Tree Classics’ Christmas Legacy Scavenger Hunt, and the lucky participant is none other than (drumroll please!)…
Congratulations Susan! You now have your very own Royal Rockwell Fir Christmas Tree from Tree Classics. We hope you’ll enjoy the charming lush profile and realistic look and feel of this tree – one of Tree Classics’ finest!
Here are the rest of the questions from the contest, with their answers in bold:
- What Tree Classics wreath did blogger Chris of “Just A Girl” hang on her door last Christmas? Search for it on justagirlblog.com. – San Marco
- Google your way to our site with the words “Tree Classics Cashmere” and tell us: Does this tree come with colored lights? – No
- What is your favorite Christmas dish?
- Go to blog.treeclassics.com/iseeyou and tell us in which image you can find the carousel. – Marketplace
- What Tree Classics wreath did blogger Diane of “In My Own Style” hang in her dining room last Christmas? Search for it on inmyownstyle.com. – San Marco
- In the song Jingle Bells, who was seated by my side? – Ms Fanny Bright / Miss Fanny Bright / Fanny Bright
- Share an artificial Christmas tree myth. - Possible sample answers: Artificial Christmas trees look unrealistic/ Artificial Christmas trees are hard to set up/maintain