It’s time to consider the many ways Christmas trees can be used once the holidays are over.
Poor Christmas trees. They spend a whole season being decorated and adored; then, when the festivities are over, they’re left out by the curb. This year, we say, enough is enough, and look to answer one of life’s most overlooked questions: what do you do with your tree after Christmas? In order to answer this pressing question, we will post a new video every day from Dec 4th-14th. You can catch our holiday hijinks here on this blog or on our Facebook page. Need more Christmas tree ideas or other creative solutions? Give us a call.
#9: The holiday parking crunch inspired a new way to claim your own space.
#8: Underhanded. Sneaky. But festive!
#7: Who says you can’t have piney freshness everywhere you go?
#6: If your office ceiling is boring and flat, you haven’t been thinking big enough.
#5: “Sorry. It’s not you. It’s the tree.” Our brilliant method for avoiding post-holiday small talk.
#4: If you can’t say something nice about someone, show your contempt with flair.
#3: Forget everything you know about key fobs. The whole fob industry is about to be disrupted.
#2: Your friends will be dazzled by what you can do with a cocktail shaker, some spirited beverages and a tree.
#1: Our CD has never gotten over the shattering experience of losing his hair. But we think we’ve got a solution.
Need more Christmas tree ideas?
At RLM, we love thinking up engaging, impactful ideas and bringing them to life. If you need more creative solutions that aren’t Christmas tree ideas—like a logo design, new website, or branding revamp—we’re happy to apply ourselves. (Although, to be honest, we did have a lot of fun.)
Happy holidays from all of us at Red Letter Marketing!