Bolster spring sales with exclusive Apta garden centre deals

by | Mar 21, 2024 | News, Product News | 0 comments

Apta promotions

As the spring season unfolds, garden centres will want to ensure they have the right stock to entice customers back time and time again. Apta – one of the sector’s leading pot and planter brands – has created five special spring promotions, including up to 39% off RRPs to ensure that garden retailers across the country can offer their customers access to some of the newest planter designs.    

Apta’s latest promotional pot offering draws upon exclusive ranges that, once sold won’t be restocked, so garden centres are encouraged to stock up now to avoid missing out.

With 39% off RRP, Apta Short Egg Pot – available in black, green and blue – comes in a pallet of 27 sets, offering consumers the choice to mix and match, or colour block around the garden, on doorsteps and windowsills.

With a pallet featuring 36 sets, the Charleston offers contemporary style with a classic colour palette of black, green, white and grey. Even better, with 38% of the RRP, the Charleston is an attractive pick-up line this spring.

The Thai Brown planter enjoys 30% off RRP this spring. With four sizes to choose from, perfect for creating nested displays, the latest promotion will see 15 sets available on a single pallet.

Completing Apta’s spring promotion are the Saigon and French pot designs. Available in 27 sets (and 36 sets for the Saigon), consumers can save up to 39% on the RRP. With Saigon, shoppers can choose between the cone or low bowl design in blue or green, whilst the French Pot sees bright designs in yellow, blue and white.

Retailers interested in optimising Apta’s spring sales promotion are invited to contact their sales agent before 30th April to find out more.

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