Glee 2018 ‘a success’ for timber product manufacturer Zest 4 Leisure

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Zest 4 Leisure success at Glee 2018
Zest 4 Leisure is celebrating another successful year at Glee 2018.
The company, which showcased new products for 2019, recorded increased footfall to its stand.
One of Zest?s new products, the Maisy Set, was a finalist in the Glee New Product Showcase Awards 2018. Comprising of two low folding chairs and a folding table, the set is both stylish and portable.

Zest 4 Leisure says Glee 2018 outdid Glee 2017

Commenting on the trade show, Zest Managing Director, Steve Morgan said: ?We thought 2017 was good. Glee 2018 surpassed itself with the number of people we spoke to, enquiries made and feedback received from visitors to the stand.
?While the main focus was our range of products for 2019, we were also able to showcase best-selling items from our other ranges.
“These went down well and acted as a reminder to buyers of the breadth of our offering.
?The team will now be busy following up on all the inquiries and feedback received. It has geared us up for a very busy autumn and winter for the making of products ready for the key garden trade sales periods.?
Zest 4 Leisure has had a busy 2018 with the company focused on designing new concept garden furniture. Of the new products, the Noah?s Arbour and the Christina Set proved particularly popular.
Made from pressure treated timber, all Zest 4 Leisure?s garden furniture is low maintenance. It will stand the test of time with a 10-year guarantee against rot.
The Forest Stewardship Council has certified the timber used. The timber is harvested from responsibly managed forests.

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