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I Am Brooklyn: Brother, sister deliver Christmas trees for free, provide clothes for kids in need

BROOKLYN -- In Manhattan, some Christmas Trees are going for $1,000 each.

But on the Brooklyn side of the bridge, there's a brother-sister team that sells trees for just $12 a foot, and they'll deliver anywhere in the city for free.

On top of all that, they're helping to make the holiday special for a couple of kids in need.

To help give back this Christmas, Dan and Morgan Sevigny at Christmas Tree Brooklyn have partnered with Covenant House to provide clothes for kids in need.

When they deliver Christmas Trees around the City, they accept clothing donations to bring back to the charity.

Maybe it shouldn't be a surprise that the family business revolves around this holiday, after all Dan's birthday is December 25.

It's all in this week's "I Am Brooklyn."