Glee 2017 to see more licensed products launched by Briers

by | Jul 28, 2017 | News | 0 comments

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Leading UK manufacturer of fashion-led garden clothing and giftware, Briers, will launch a host of new designs at Glee this year (NEC, 11?? 13 September), including a brand new licensed giftware range for garden centres, aimed at lovers of design.

A completely brand new range of Julie Dodsworth garden gloves, footwear, tools and gifts will accompany the launch of a fresh new Signature range and full Pantone range of garden giftware.? These highly anticipated additions will feature Briers? much loved and trusted gloves and boots, together with a variety of practical giftware items including storage tins, tools, watering cans and umbrellas.

CEO Jackie Eades teases plans for Glee 2017: ?As well as showcasing new designs, we?ll also be presenting a fresh promotional programme that will feature new glove styles and offer an attractive sales opportunity for retailers.? Bestselling favourites, such as the Kids range, will also be extended for Glee, and displayed in full alongside our unrivalled branded garden clothing and giftware offering.?

To find out more about Briers? licensed ranges, visit www.briersltd.co.uk and for up to date information on all things Glee visit www.gleebirmingham.com/exhibitors/briers-limited

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