Christmas Tree Twitter Party

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Christmas is coming, and we are ready to deck the halls, the front porch, the kitchen — basically anything that stands still is getting a Christmas makeover this year. But the most important Christmas decoration is the tree. There is nothing better than a beautiful, live Christmas tree. Join us for a fun Twitter party to talk about Christmas memories and Christmas tree decoration traditions.


Join Us For The #ItsChristmasKeepItReal Twitter Party

  • Where: On Twitter, using the hashtags #ItsChristmasKeepItReal
  • Host: @SITSGirls
  • When: Wednesday, December 7 between 9:00am PT – 9:30am PT / 12:00pm ET – 12:30pm ET
  • Prizes: But of course! See below for the goodies we’ll be giving away.

#ItsChristmasKeepItReal Prizes

Everyone who tweets during the Twitter event using the #ItsChristmasKeepItReal hashtag will automatically be entered to win.

  • 3 winners will each receive (1) $100 Amazon Gift Card


To enter to win, participate with an original tweet (no retweets) using the hashtag, #ItsChristmasKeepItReal, in response to the Twitter party questions. (3) winners will be selected at random from those who reply to the questions.

*This is a sponsored post on behalf of the Christmas Tree Promotion Board.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARYOdds of winning will depend on the total number of entries received. Sweepstakes begins at 12pm EST on 12/7/2016 and ends 12:30pm EST on 12/7/2016. Open to legal U.S. residents (including DC), age of majority or older. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. See Official Rules for complete details. Sponsored by: Sway Group, 305 Montecito Dr, Corte Madera, CA 94925.

About Tracie Nall

Tracie lives in Arizona with her husband, teen daughter, and more books than her shelves will hold. She spends her days writing and editing. Many of her words end up on her blog, From Tracie. Find Tracie on Twitter @FromTracie and on Instagram where she takes pictures of things that are yellow.