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Branson Featured on "Good Morning America" Christmas Feature

The Kansas City Chiefs Christmas Tree at Liberty Plaza was one of several featured on the "Good Morning America" video about Branson Christmas. (Photo courtesy Explore Branson)

The Branson Area gets recognition for its Christmas Celebration during a segment of a national television program.

Explore Branson released on its Facebook Page a quick video from Friday's edition of ABC's "Good Morning America" describing the Christmas Celebration including Branson's Designation as "America's Christmas Tree City" showing video of some of the over 700 trees on display through the area. 

Branson was named GMA's "Christmas Town", part of a shout out to a community the morning program will be doing each Friday until Christmas.

The video clip can be seen on the Explore Branson Facebook Page.

 

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