In the spirit of this exciting election year, Treetopia has launched an election of its own – to decide the name for its patriotic tree. Currently dubbed the Vote for Me tree, there are currently three contenders for the name of this flag-inspired, rotating tinsel tree.
San Francisco, CA (RUSHPRNEWS) July 3, 2008 — In the spirit of this exciting election year, Treetopia has launched an election of its own – to decide the name for its patriotic tree. Currently dubbed the Vote for Me tree (http://www.treetopia.com/Vote-Artificial-Christmas-Tree-p/vote-artificial-christmas-tree.htm), there are currently three contenders for the name of this flag-inspired, rotating tinsel tree:
1. For John McCain, the “I’m No Bush” tree
2. For Barack Obama, the “Change is Sexy” tree
3. For Stephen Colbert, the “Greatest American Living Hero Christmas Tree (And So Can You!)”
While Stephen Colbert did not end up on any presidential primary ballots (the South Carolina Democratic Party ruled he was not eligible for the ballot), he is currently the frontrunner on the Treetopia poll with 44% of the total vote. While McCain and Obama might have a better shot at the White House, the Stephen Colbert tree just might have an opportunity to be in every other house.
The election for the name of the Vote for Me tree offers a fun way to get involved in political polls from a different angle. The tree itself is a fabulous centerpiece for any 4th of July festivities or Election Night parties. While this red and white striped with blue tinsel Christmas tree may be a little over the top for most living rooms, it is not a significant departure from the other products offered by Treetopia. In addition to the Vote For Me tree, Treetopia carries an extensive line of unique trees, including the Candy Apple Red tinsel tree (http://www.treetopia.com/colored-artificial-christmas-trees-p/red-tinsel-tree.htm), the Purple Groove tinsel tree, and the Black Tiger Halloween-themed tree.
The Vote for Me Tree election is the first time that Treetopia.com has ever conducted an election to allow its customers and fans to decide the names of one of its products. To vote on this tree or to receive more information about Treetopia, please visit www.treetopia.com.
Treetopia.com is an online store featuring a diverse selection of artificial Christmas trees (http://www.treetopia.com). Featuring traditional artificial Christmas trees, white artificial Christmas trees, black artificial Christmas trees, pink artificial Christmas trees, silver artificial Christmas trees, lime green artificial Christmas trees, purple artificial Christmas trees, upside-down artificial Christmas trees, lighted palm trees, trimmings, tree skirts and decorations, Treetopia has something for everyone. They sell exclusively online through www.treetopia.com.