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Modern Memory Tree

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  • 1. The trees stand 7 1/2 feet tall from the ceiling when hanging 1 ft from the floor & weighs 15 lbs 1966 Lawrence creates first tree using masonite boards 1975 First tree using plexiglass created 1989 Modern Memory T rees have been distributed all over the world: Australia, Beirut, Canada, Denmark, Dubai, Germany & , Scotland Last variation created by Lawrence in the “A” frame house 2011 Website for Modern Memory T rees launched 2012 Patent for Modern Memory T ree received in November 2012 Inspired by 1960’s “A-frame design” styled homes built by Denver engineer and designer, Lawrence “Bud” Stoecker Disneyland Resorts displays modern tree for Christmas festivities 2013 Google purchases multiple trees for their main campus Each tree comes with: 100 chandelier crystals, 1 rotating battery powered disco ball,100 illusion film ornaments or 100 glass bulbs, and a floor lamp which casts beautiful shadows on walls and ceilings For tree ordering and more information visit www.modernchristmastrees.com

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