Gardman?s one stop Christmas shop

by | Jan 15, 2016 | Products | 0 comments


It was Gardman?s second appearance at Harrogate Christmas & Gift this week, and they had more than tripled the size of both their stand and product offering.

Gardman?s 2016 Christmas Emporium is intended to be one-stop for festive shoppers, with highlights on their stand including a brand new collection of 50 realistic artificial Christmas trees and over 200 decorative lines.

According to the company, the range was enthusiastically welcomed by visitors to its stand, with many looking to recreate their very own show-stopping festive emporium in-store for the festive period in 2016.

?Buyers loved our new tree selection and also our range of decorative products, packaging and point of sale material,? said Gardman category management director Tim Goff. ?If the trade?s reaction at Harrogate is anything to go by, then we will see a significant increase our market share this year.?

Gardman will also be showcasing their festive collection along with their garden and home d?cor and gifting ranges at International Spring Fair.

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