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Time to order poinsettias, new Christmas trees for campus offices

It’s time to look ahead and plan for the holidays. Office Christmas trees and poinsettias will be delivered in November.
 
Poinsettias will be available for on-campus use during the holiday season. Red, white, or pink poinsettias are $7 each and come in six-inch pots.  
 
To order a poinsettia, print out a Physical Facilities Poinsettia Work Request form at plantwo.byu.edu/pform.htm, specify the number and color of poinsettias desired and submit your order by fax to ext. 2-0271 or by campus mail to BYU Grounds Office/PPGO.  
 
Orders for poinsettias must be received by Nov. 1, 2012. Poinsettias will be delivered the week of Nov. 26. (If needed, you can contact Tegwyn at 422-5509 to confirm your order within two days of ordering.) Please note that poinsettia orders received after Nov. 1 will be subject to increased costs.
 
If your office has a Christmas tree and has not moved offices during the year, your tree will be delivered to you with no action necessary on your part. If your office has a tree in storage but you have moved since last year, call the Grounds Office at ext. 2-5510 to provide a new address.

If your office needs a new tree, please call Sprinkler World at 801-794-6415 and ask for Tyler Bushman, who will make arrangements with you to buy a tree with your department P-card. If you have additional questions, contact Terry Hatch in Purchasing, ext. 2-7001.  
 
The Grounds Office will begin delivering trees Nov. 12 and continue through Nov. 21. Please order any new trees or make certain your address information is correct before that date to ensure proper delivery. In addition, please clear the space in your office where you would like your tree assembled.
 
After Nov. 26, call 801-592-1340 for late tree set-up arrangements.

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