Brundle looking to continue Solex success

by | May 15, 2017 | News | 0 comments

A former Solex award-winner has spoken of its exciting plans for this year?s trade show.

Brundle Gardener are preparing for their third Solex show and will arrive at the three-day event after winning ?Best New Product? last year.

The company?s London Fireball, which depicts iconic images from the capital, wowed judges with bosses at Brundle admitting they have increased business as a direct result of Solex.

Now they are finalising their products for this year?s show ? which takes place between 11-13?July – with increased ranges in fireballs, furniture sets and space-saving gardening solutions.

Paul Smith, business manager at Brundle Gardener, said: ?We are delighted to be returning to the Solex trade show. Our two previous events have been hugely positive culminating in winning Best New Product last year.

?Since then we have continued to grow our accounts and we want to build on that success at this year?s Solex trade show in front of both existing and future customers.

?For customers looking for that something different, Brundle Gardener is the stand to visit, offering product innovation and inspiration as well as a great service and price.?

Brundle products set to sample the Solex experience include the company?s range of fireballs and their expanded range of aluminium, steel and wooden outdoor furniture sets and tool sheds and log stores.

The half-table, mosaic and illuminated bistro sets offer a perfect choice for those with smaller garden areas alongside the GreenWall vertical planting solution.

There has also been a subtle addition to the popular range of children?s furniture with Brundle now offering stools as a standalone product.

For more information on Brundle Gardener, please visit www.brundlegardener.co.uk or phone 0131 335 5955.

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