The tree that will usher in the holiday season at Rockefeller Center will come from a family home in the Keystone State this year.
For the last few days, crews have been prepping the 85-foot-tall Norway spruce, currently sitting in a couple's yard in Danville, Pennsylvania, for the trip to New York.
The tree will be cut down Wednesday morning and hoisted onto a 115-foot-long trailer for the trip to Rockefeller Center.
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The tree is expected to arrive in midtown Friday morning, with "Today" show weather anchor Al Roker leading the way. It will be lit Dec. 3 and remain on display through the first week of 2015.
Last year's tree, also a Norway spruce, was from Shelton, Connecticut.