Creative Products impresses at Glee 2017

by | Sep 29, 2017 | News | 0 comments

Creative Products is celebrating a successful Glee 2017 having impressed buyers with its latest product offerings and new heritage-inspired packaging.

As well as enticing visitors to the stand with its range of quirky products, including the cleverly designed Slide and Store fridge storage system and the on-trend sequined Mermaid Cushion, Creative Products was also shortlisted for a Glee New Product Award, with the company?s Star Magic Motion Christmas laser lights catching the judges? eyes.

Creative Products managing director, Mark Hall said: ?Glee 2017 provided us with a great opportunity to demonstrate not only our most recent product innovation but also our unique ?no risk? sale or return approach to retail, which proved to be as appealing as ever to buyers at this year?s show. As always, we have secured a number of exciting new leads from Glee and we are now looking forward to seeing our efforts at the show come to fruition, as we head towards our busiest period of the year.?

Creative Products offers inspirational giftware and gadgets presented to consumers through a fully serviced merchandising system, inclusive of instore TV promotion. The range is ideal for independents, garden centres, cookshops, large retail chains and department stores alike.

Interested retailers can contact the company on 01476 564 230 or email sales@creativeproducts.ltd.uk or visit www.creativeproducts.ltd.uk for more information.

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