Deco-Pak at Spring Fair 2015

In 2015, Deco-Pak makes it return to Spring Fair, Birmingham, this time bringing with it its extended Garden Bazaar range of birdhouses and feeders.? What?s more the company has also confirmed that visitors to its stand will be treated to a number of show-only promotions and exciting competition opportunities.

Bringing its full range of design-led birdhouses and feeders to the exhibition (Hall 6, stand P09), visitors will be treated to a visual feast with Deco-Pak?s new stand design. Created to perfectly showcase the full gift collection, the heart of the stand will be given over to latest designs to join the Garden Bazaar range. New for the 2015 season will be the Kensington birdhouse, part of the stunning Signature Collection, plus the quaint Bayside Beach Huts. ?Available in both aqua blue and cream colour ways, the Beach Huts feature thoughtful seaside details including a lifering and seagull atop the roof.

In addition to showcasing its full range of birdhouses and feeders, Deco-Pak will also be using Spring Fair to promote National Nestbox Week (February 14th ? 21st), and the opportunities it provides retailers and consumers. With natural nest sites for birds on the decline as gardens are ?tidied? and old houses are repaired, there has never been more of a need to provide birds with additional places to call home. Not only is the campaign a great way of building profits but it also enables consumers to contribute towards bird conservation as well.

Finally, Deco-Pak has confirmed that they are offering a number of incentives on-stand throughout the show. Firstly, customers have the chance to win the Kensington birdhouse, as well as a bespoke silver birch retail display. Additionally, the company has confirmed that throughout the exhibition it?ll be reducing carriage paid orders to just ?100 ? making it even easier for retailers to start stocking Deco-Pak this spring.

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