Fallen Fruits set to open giftware display at Van Hage

by | Mar 10, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Garden giftware company Fallen Fruits, whose themed, designer collections are inspired by nature, is set to open one of its largest ?shop within a shop? display areas at leading garden centre, Van Hage?s flagship store in Hertfordshire.

The installation is set to be introduced to Van Hage?s Great Amwell store on March 18th and will cover a huge 42m?. The new display area will showcase one of the most comprehensive selections of Fallen Fruits garden giftware items in the country and product ranges will be categorised accordingly to subtle themes. This dedicated space has been designed to make the consumer feel at home, while providing the retailer with a well-managed and profitable concept.

Some of the company?s most popular product ranges will be featured, including the new Farmer?s Pride collection of Grow Your Own accessories and the striking Tractor Table and matching Tractor Seats, along with a host of stylish gifts for the home and garden.

Fallen Fruits Managing director, Michael Hall commented, ?We are delighted to be invited into Van Hage?s flagship garden centre and are confident that our creatively merchandised display will result in an increase in customer interest, customer interaction and consequently sales.?

For more information, contact Fallen Fruits on 01584 873377 or by emailing sales@fallenfruits.co.uk.

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