Compared to other stops along the 20-city, cross-country tour, Amramp Lancaster is blessed to have Capitol Christmas Tree right at Hershey Park before it goes to Washington, D.C., to light up the Western lawn of the Capitol Building for the holidays.
Amramp Hampton Roads celebrates Capitol Christmas Tree national holiday tradition on Nov. 25
Hampton Roads Amramp owners Jane and Robert Rostov are eager to celebrate the Capitol Christmas Tree when it arrives in Newport News on Friday, Nov. 25.
Amramp North Carolina owner Rick Griffiths celebrates Thanksgiving alongside the ‘People’s Tree’ in Greensboro
Join Amramp North Carolina this Thanksgiving by taking part in the Capitol Christmas Tree tour when it stops in Greensboro, N.C., on Thursday, Nov. 24.
The ‘People’s Tree’ make its first Eastern stop amid North Carolina’s Great Smoky Mountains
Surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cherokee, North Carolina, will be the first Eastern stop on the Capitol Christmas Tree’s national tour when it arrives on Tuesday, Nov. 22.
Amramp Louisville and Santa Claus, Indiana, welcome the 2011 Capitol Christmas Tree on Nov. 21
From Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky, to Evansville and Terre Haute Indiana, all roads lead to Santa Claus Ind., on Monday, Nov. 21. The Capitol Christmas Tree, also known as the “People’s Tree,” will be stopping at the Kringle Place Shopping Center during its tour from California to Washington, D.C.
Amramp Los Angeles provides ramps for visitors to participate in national holiday tradition
Preparations are underway for the Capitol Christmas Tree tour across America, and one Amramp franchise is ramping up for a big role in this year’s upcoming tour. Every year since 1970, a different U.S. state has been chosen to provide the Capitol Christmas Tree that will be placed on the Western lawn of the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., to be decorated in shining lights for all to see during the holidays.