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Aluminum Trees Make a Comeback

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Aluminum Trees Make a Comeback

Aluminum Trees Make a Comeback

Aluminum Trees Make a Comeback

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In Wisconsin, people are celebrating a retro yuletide tradition: the aluminum Christmas tree. In 1959, the Aluminum Specialty Company rolled out the Evergleam, the first mass-produced aluminum tree on the market. Wisconsin Public Radio's Patty Murray reports.

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