In a new report from the Associated Press, it has been revealed that Amazon plans to begin selling Christmas trees this year for the very first time. So we can all now expect to see seven foot boxes being delivered all around our neighborhoods.
These trees will reportedly include Douglas firs and Norfolk Island pines, and will be, quote, "sent within 10 days of being cut down, possibly even sooner, and should survive the shipping just fine."
It sounds like a decent idea to make money, which is obviously the goal for the company run by Jeff Bezos (who brings in an astronomical amount of money). What do you all think of this news? Do you feel, like some, that this could potentially deflate some of the holiday family traditions? Or are you ready to take Christmas into the future?
Below is a tweet on the matter from Joseph Pisani, who reports on Amazon and online shopping for AP: