Garden centre printing partnership launches

by | Oct 11, 2019 | News | 0 comments

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Eight Days a Week Print Solutions has joined forces with Spring Marketing to provide the garden centre with printing needs.

Spring Marketing, has experience in marketing and design for Garden Centres since 2006.
Between them they have delivered over 10,000 design, print and mailing projects for garden centres over the past eight years.
It makes them the leading one stop shop for all a Garden Centre’s marketing needs.
Their combined offering gives the following benefits:
  • major cost savings
  • creative campaigns, proven to build new business
  • improved customer spend and loyalty
  • flexibility to tailor a solution within a garden centre’s existing marketing resources.
Eight Days operate a state of the art print facility in Nottingham. It specialises in digital print, personalised direct mail, and postage optimisation.
With new exclusive tools like New Home Marketing they have a range of products to bring in new customers.
Spring Marketing brings industry-leading design through intuitive brand planning and strategic campaign planning. This includes a deep understanding of customer insights.

Garden centre printing to become more cost-effective

Commenting on the partnership Graham Thomas of Eight Days said: “We’ve been investigating ways we could add to our offering.
“We’ve spoken to hundreds of garden centre owners and marketing managers. They saw a need for a single supplier relationship for printed marketing communications. From design to delivery.
“Spring Marketing stood out above other potential partners. Our strengths match to deliver that one-stop shop”.
Vanessa Banner of Spring Marketing added: “We take pride in our working success.
“The return on investment of their projects is at the forefront of our business. Our partnership with EDWPS brings exciting times for the industry. It’ll save production costs without any effect on outputting high-level creative design.”
They will be exhibiting partners at both the HTA Marketing Forum and Cultivating Retail in the coming months.
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