Sturgeon Bay Christmas tree vendor say sales and demand off to a good start

By Terry Kovarik


Christmas trees were also on the list for holiday shoppers over the weekend. Gary DeWolfe is selling Christmas trees on a lot adjacent to his store Mattress by Appointment along Highway 57-42 in Sturgeon Bay. He says sales are starting off strong because more people nationwide are buying natural trees. DeWolfe says his trees are fresh cut from Wausaukee and are a longer lasting species.



DeWolfe says he’s sold to visitors from Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois who like the bargain price of $50. Christmas trees in those areas sell for almost twice as much.

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