Meet Tree Transporter – the new EASY way to get your Christmas Trees home!
For anyone who has spent hours trying to figure out how to get a Christmas tree onto the top of your car without breaking something, or hurting anyone along the way, Tree Transporter may have your problem solved!
Tree Transporter can be purchased online at www.treetransporter.com for a retail price of $39.99. They will also be at the Fairfield, CT POP Shop (70 Sanford Street, Fairfield, CT) this Saturday, December 2nd starting at 10AM.
What is Tree Transporter?
Tree Transporter is a convenient soft-sided frameless auto roof-top carrier, designed to conveniently secure and carry cut evergreen trees or similarly sized and shaped cargo, providing protection to both vehicle and the cargo. This reusable carrier allows the user to easily attach to, and condense a tree, thereby creating a non-slip surface against the roof of the vehicle while catching sap drippings and debris.
How big is it?
More like how small. You can easily shove this in your back pocket or purse just like you would a reusable bag.
How do I use it?
Simply unroll Tree Transporter then place, buckle and tighten. Then you are on your way.
What type of tree can I use it on?
Tree Transporter can be used with typical holiday evergreen bailed or loose trees.
Will this save me time?
Absolutely! The Tree Transporter is typically installed in 30-60 seconds.
How fast can I drive with this on my car?
To put it simply, you won’t need your hazard lights on. The Tree Transporter is designed in the U.S.A. of durable fabrics including a non-slip bottom. When properly installed the Tree Transporter can travel at posted speeds. It goes without saying, drive safely and please use common sense while the device is in operation.
Where can I buy Tree Transporter?
Right now we are taking orders for this holiday season online at www.treetransporter.com
Top 5 tree farms:
- If you want the full commercial experience with tailgating go to Jones and Maple Row Tree farms.
- If you want the quintessential New England experience. Where you shake the owners hand go to Sabia or Fairview.
- If you don’t want to venture out but want a quality tree go to Miro on post road in fairfield next to Dairy Queen.