David Domoney teams up with Kent & Stowe

by | Feb 28, 2018 | Community, News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

Crest Garden Ltd have announced today that David Domoney, Chartered Horticulturalist & Broadcaster will become the Brand Ambassador for Kent & Stowe garden tools effective March 1st 2018. Kent & Stowe garden tools have enjoyed considerable success since their launch in 2014 and David will re-inforce the consumer proposition of expertise, choice and quality.

He will be involved in a wide range of consumer and trade activities including monthly blogs, gardening videos, social media, brochures, public appearances and competitions. One of the highlights of the year will be a competition to ?Win a day with David? where the lucky winner will benefit from David?s vast knowledge and experience in garden design.

Commenting on the new partnership, Natalie Searle, Head of Marketing said ?We are very excited to be working alongside David who is a much loved presenter of top TV gardening programmes. He simply brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to gardening, that partnering with him is such an amazing opportunity for both the Kent & Stowe brand and importantly getting more people into the garden. His involvement with Kent & Stowe will enable us to communicate directly with our target market in a powerful way.

David said ?I am delighted to be working with Kent & Stowe with their comprehensive range of garden tools for all ages, including a children?s range. It?s so important to choose the right garden implement for the right task and I will be working with them to demystify the world of garden tools as well as offering helpful advice for those looking to improve their gardening experience; reducing the effort of gardening by having the best equipment for the job?.

The partnership will be launched officially at the Garden Press Event, 28th February 2018, Stand H58


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