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Choose Outdoors to Coordinate Congressional Reception in Washington DC as a part of the 2012 US Capitol Christmas Tree celebrations.
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Choose Outdoors to Coordinate Congressional Reception in Washington DC as a part of the 2012 US Capitol Christmas Tree celebrations.

Choose Outdoors is providing outdoor industry members a unique chance to be a part of this year's "Celebrating our Great Outdoors" Capitol Christmas Tree campaign.Donations of product are being accepted for the gift bags that will be provided to members of congress and vips in the over 20 stops the Tree will make as it travels from Colorado to Washington, DC for the annual tree lighting ceremony.

Companies interested in participating should contact: Bruce Ward, Choose Outdoors founder and senior adviser at Bruce@chooseoutdoors.org or 303 917 1476

For more information on the 2012 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree and to track the tree's route, visit www.CapitolChristmasTree2012.com. You can also follow the tree on Facebook: www.facebook.com/CapitolChristmasTree2012, Twitter: www.twitter.com/CapitolTree2012 and Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/capitoltree2012/.

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