Glee 2019 sees the return of The Great British Growing Awards

by | Oct 26, 2018 | Community, News | 0 comments

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Grow Your Own magazine will once again be bringing the Great British Growing Awards to Glee 2019.
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These awards recognise all that is great within the gardening industry.
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Winners of the 21 categories for the 2019 awards will be announced at the exhibition. This makes it an even more exciting prospect for nominees and the wider market.
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Matthew Mein, Glee Event Director said: ?We?re pleased to confirm that our partnership with Grow Your Own magazine is continuing. The Awards are a fantastic celebration of all that is great across our industry.?
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GYO magazine will be holding a special competition that will see 10 readers win the chance to visit Glee to see tomorrow?s bestsellers.

GYO winners to get guided tour of Glee

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During the show GYO will host the winners. They will give a guided tour of the halls, and features such as the Retail Lab and New Product Showcase.
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They will also award their favourite product with a special ?GYO Consumers Choice Award?. As well as receiving VIP access to the exhibition.
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Matthew added: ?Our reasons for the partnership are quite simple. We want to spread the reach of Glee, including creating a buzz at the time of product launches.
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“With a captive audience getting excited about the latest product innovations. This will add an extra dynamic to Glee?s offering. It will provide visiting retailers with a different point of view.
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“Additionally, the media landscape is changing. To continue to be successful Glee needs to broaden its reach.
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“In doing so both Glee, its exhibitors, and visitors can all benefit.
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“It?s an exciting proposition. We look forward to developing such relationships over the coming show cycles.?
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Laura Hiller, Editor of Grow Your Own magazine, added: “We’re excited to extend our partnership with Glee. We’re looking forward to hosting the 2019 Great British Growing Awards at the show. It’s great to be present at the biggest trade show in horticulture to be able to celebrate all those who make this brilliant industry what it is.?

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