Meet our Family, The Jenkinson’s

Jenkinson Family

Sam, Pam, Nick, Sammy, Dena, Jenn and Matt.

About the Jenkinson family

In 2002 the Jenkinson family started selling Christmas trees out of Sammy & Dena’s produce store on Hwy 68 in Salinas. We focus on customer service and offering quality trees from boutique farmers. Over the years we’ve been blessed to have amazing customers that have followed us to several locations.  In 2015 we moved to our new location, our home away from home, the Salinas Sports Complex.  The Jenkinson’s spend a lot of time here through out  the year, volunteering at multiple events including the California Rodeo.  Our family strongly believes in investing in our community.

Through out the season you will meet aunts, our uncle, cousin, niece, nephews, our extended family the Sgheiza’s, Dena’s parents and other dear friends helping us out to make your experience a memorable one.  A special thank you to them.   We would not be able to accomplish what we have without their love and support.

Thank you for allowing us to to be apart of your family’s Christmas tradition.

Cheers,

The Jenkinson family

Jenkinson and Sala Family Christmas Trees

Jenkinson and Sala Family Christmas Trees. Let our family help yours find the perfect tree.

 

More about Sammy & Dena Jenkinson

Sammy is a California State licensed contractor and owns A1 Telecom. He is a state certified Christmas tree fire retardant applicator.  When not at the tree lot, during the rest of the year he installs business telephone systems, networks cabling, installs cameras, and audio/video, extra.  Sammy is on the board of directors of the California Rodeo, Chairman of the Salinas Monster Jam committee and volunteers on the ground prep and Central Coast Motor Sports committees.

Dena (Sala) has over 25 years of experience in the retail produce and the Christmas tree businesses.  She co-owns Farmers Produce with her parents Del & Pat.  Dena is active in the community volunteering as a 4-H leader, the Monterey Co. Cancer Society Fashion Show, Hartnell’s WELI- Women’s Education & Leadership Institute Forum and is a volunteer at the California Rodeo Salinas.

 

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