A man from the north-west of England is selling a Christmas decoration in a bid to make money off the Christmas market.
Craig Murray, 37, has bought and decorated trees on the streets of Bradford and the South East in order to attract customers to his Christmas tree stand.
Mr Murray has been working as a barber for seven years.
“It’s been really good.
It’s been a big hit,” he said.
Mr Ramsey’s business has become a success, with customers buying Christmas trees for up to £400.
He said the success of his business is down to the fact that he is not trying to be a conman.
“I don’t think I am going to go on about it, and I don’t want to make it sound like I am trying to sell a piece of junk,” he told BBC Sport.
“People are really drawn to this and they like it, so it’s a nice thing to do.”
I don’ think it’s all just about trying to get customers to buy your product.
“The other thing I’ve got is a bit of a cult following, and that’s nice.
It means I’m getting people coming in and paying for it, which I think is a good thing.”
A tree from the stand at Craig Murray’s Christmas tree stall.
The stalls are selling out in the days leading up to Christmas.
The tree is also being sold at a reduced price.
Mr Davis said he believed the Christmas tree business would survive the current economic downturn.
“We have a small business, and people have got their own opinions about what they want to buy,” he explained.
“What I don’ believe is that it’s not going anywhere, and if you do have an idea, get your head down and do it.”
‘Fairy tale’ in disguise The Christmas tree is being sold in two colours: white and pink.
“The white one is actually for Christmas,” Mr Davis explained.
“There’s a pink one in the shop, and it’s very much a fairy tale in disguise.”
It’s really the only colour that I’m selling it in.
“There are two different coloured ones available, which you can pick up for £10 a pop.” “
You can get it painted black, white or any colour you want,” he added.
“There are two different coloured ones available, which you can pick up for £10 a pop.”
Mr Davis’s stall is one of a number of stalls across the city selling Christmas decorations.
“Christmas has changed in the last five years.
People are looking for something different, and a bit more fun,” he admitted.
Mr Martin said Christmas was a very important time for people in Bradford.
He added that people were not necessarily selling Christmas trees to children. “
So if you are going to be in the market on Christmas Day, it’s always good to be able to come up with something different.”
He added that people were not necessarily selling Christmas trees to children.
“If you are in the local market, there are no kids around, so they’re not likely to be buying your Christmas tree,” he stressed.
Mr Jones said he felt the Christmas stalls were a bit misleading.
“One of the stalls in the city is actually selling Christmas presents for children, so I’m not sure why they would advertise that, but that’s another story,” he commented.