Gardena unveils new showroom in Milton Keynes

by | Oct 7, 2021 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

Gardena has opened a new showroom in Milton Keynes to strengthen its customer experience.

Showcasing Gardena’s range of watering, tools and battery products, the new showroom will help clients to create in-store concepts, with the full assortment of Gardena products merchandised as would be seen in-store, and seasonal and permanent POS stands to create in-store theatre for your customers. The new showroom is open to customers old and new looking to expand or start their retail journey with Gardena.

Howard Scott, country manager of Gardena UK, said: “We already have a strong base in the North-East with our Newton Aycliffe showroom, shared with our sister-brand Flymo. By adding this additional space in Milton Keynes, this shows our level of commitment to our customers, making it more easily accessible for our southern base of retailers.

“This showroom really allows all customers, past, present and future to see what they can achieve in their stores.”

The showroom in Milton Keynes showcases both Gardena and Flymo products. This includes Flymo’s latest range of robotic, cordless and corded lawnmowers and handheld products.

Field sales manager, Edward Cantle said: “We’re really proud to unveil our new showroom in Milton Keynes, our second UK demonstration base for Gardena and Flymo. The building is a great space, allowing customers to interact with our extensive range of products, display material and seasonal POS.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming customers and showing what Gardena and Flymo has to offer.”

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