Christmas Tree Crunch: Holiday Icon in Short Supply Due to Weather and Supply Chain Woes

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Bloomberg Quicktake: Now published this video item, entitled “Christmas Tree Crunch: Holiday Icon in Short Supply Due to Weather and Supply Chain Woes” – below is their description.

If you’re not proactive you could end up with a charlie brown christmas tree this year.

The dreaded supply chain issues we keep talking about are also coming for the iconic annual Christmas tree – so industry experts say prices are up and lines are already starting.

But there’s also the artificial tree route, We’re joined now by Mac Harman who is CEO of Balsalm Hill- his company sells tons of artificial trees and holiday decorations.

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