Forest Garden introduces TMTTT Lite

by | May 1, 2016 | News, Products | 0 comments

Take Me To The Till (TMTTT) is Forest?s most-popular and proven sales tool.? Award-winning and proven to drive sales in-store ? with some retailers reporting a 300% increase in sales of the home delivered range merchandised on the display unit – a new ?Lite? design has recently been launched to help support promotional and seasonal sales.

The new TMTTT Lite display unit has been designed to be entirely portable, making it the perfect solution when space is at a premium.? Made from lightweight Correx, TMTTT Lite will feature Forest Garden?s best-selling product lines, supported by impactful branding and graphics including a forest green colour as part of the branding to be featured on all of Forest?s point of sale material.

John Gomersall, Forest sales and marketing director, said: ?Since its launch, Take Me To The Till has been praised by retailers for the ease in which it allows them to offer a greater selection of our products without having to dedicate large amounts of precious floorspace or storage onsite. More than this, the displays also help to empower the customers, enabling them to make informed buying decisions which gives them the confidence to make the purchase in store.

?TMTTT Lite has been created to support our retailers with promotional and seasonal sales activities. The unit is not only portable, which means it can be removed and stored at the end of the season. We know how effective this system can be, and adding a more flexible option seemed like the next logical move. I?ve no doubt it?ll become an essential part of our overall merchandising offering going forwards.?

TMTTT Lite is available now, with many retailers already benefitting from adding it to their instore offering.


Forest?s TMTTT has been helping retailers to effectively sell its range of sheds, summerhouses, pergolas, arches and arbours, without dedicating precious extra space on the shop floor since 2013. The concept of the display is simple:? it is designed to make the shopping experience more convenient for consumers by providing them with a tangible product to take to the check-out for quick self-service and easy purchase.?

Find out more

Forest products are available from garden centres and other retailers across the country, as well as online.? Made from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified timber, they come flat packed where relevant for easy assembly.? Home delivery and assembly is also available on selected items at a small extra charge.? For local stockists, and more ideas for better garden storage, visit


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