This reader-submitted tree was sent by the IT department at Alsco. It is the second tree to appear on weseeslctrees.com from the company this holiday season (http://weseeslctrees.com/2013/12/03/alsco/). Thanks for the submission, and thanks to everyone at Alsco for loving Christmas trees as much as we do!
Weseeslctrees.com loves ingenuity when it comes to Christmas trees, and this tree is nothing if not ingenuous, showing creativity and joy for the season in both the design and execution. The IT department really went above and beyond in order to orchestrate this tree, a fact the end result clearly shows.
Consider all the effort that had to go into creating this submission: looting a supply closet for design inspiration and construction supplies, moving personnel off vital network security duties to hand-make the decorations and lovingly drape them among the precisely strung lights, finding the weseeslctrees.com review of the lobby tree through a link on a (presumably blocked) website, and finally submitting their own far superior departmental offering for us to review. This all points to the kind of initiative and productivity that shatters the image of a stereotypical IT guy, shackled to his roller chair by the very cords that power his world.
If these are the kind of l33t tree designing skills being found in tech-support departments around the city, it won’t be long before the IT world tells SLC “All your trees are belong to us.”