Fundraiser: Christmas Tree and Wreath Sale

dsc_1949The North Port HS Football Program will be pre-selling Fraser Fir Premium Trees and Wreaths from Cool Springs Nursery in North Carolina beginning now until October 31st, 2015. For those of you that have purchased from us in the past, know that these are top quality trees and wreaths. We are able to provide  these trees and wreaths for you this holiday season at discounted prices. This fundraiser will help raise funds to upgrade equipment and run our football program. Your support is greatly appreciated and needed. If you are interested in purchasing a tree or wreath, please fill out the attached order form. Please print your name, put a check by the size tree you want, include the name of the player your are purchasing from (if applicable) and mark whether you would like to pick up your tree or have it delivered. If you would like it delivered please include your address. There is a $10.00 additional fee for all deliveries.*

The North Port High School Football Team would like to extend our thanks to you for your continuous support and belief in our program. The team is working hard to establish a successful program. Our success is not possible without you. The team and staff of the North Port Football Program  appreciates your support.

Download an order form here

 

“Premium Trees – as defined by Cool Springs Nurserycool-springs-premium-7-8
Heavy density; Three faces without defects; One or fewer minor defects on one face. Consistent conical shape;

Cool Springs Nursery specializes in Fraser Fir Trees because of our location… We live, work, play in the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee which is the only places that the Fraser Fir tree will grow naturally.   Fraser Fir Trees is the most popular Christmas Tree on the east coast.  Its fragrance, shape, strong limbs, and ability to retain its soft needles for a long time when cut make it one of the best Christmas Trees in the world.

We do things a little differently than most when determining the grade of a Fraser Fir Christmas Tree…

The USDA has extensive criteria for the grading of Christmas Trees. The criteria are based primarily on shape, density, and “flaws.” Flaws are broken down into “minor defects” and “noticeable defects,” the difference being that “minor defects” cannot be seen from more than 8 feet away, while “noticeable defects” are visible at distances greater than 8 feet. In all cases, Cool Springs Nursery grades their trees more stringently than the USDA requires. This is not the case with most growers. Cool Springs delivers trees that will put your business ahead of the competition.

Thank you,

Brian Hatler
Varsity Football Coach

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