Johnsons Lawn Seed to announce changes and new product at Glee

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This Glee, Johnsons Lawn Seed ? the UK?s leading grass seed brand ? will launch its next bestseller to the market, accompanied by expert advice on maximising lawn seed sales and official announcements regarding its enhanced salesforce.

The no.1 lawn seed supplier?s latest innovation comes after yet more developments in state-of-the-art seed production technology.? The new product will feature packaging in line with the rest of the Johnsons Lawn Seed range and work to bolster interest in garden centre lawn care offerings next season.

Changes to the salesforce are to be announced at the show, demonstrations of an entertaining new way of growing grass, and the usual refreshments and goodies laid on for vistors to the stand.

Guy Jenkins and his team will once again provide expert on stand help and advice to exisiting and new customers, including merchandising, product application and interesting information regarding parent company DLF?s arrangements to supply the majority of sports stadia here in the UK.

Glee stand 18H26 ? K27

?Find out more

Johnsons will appear in the company?s regular spot in hall 18, (18H26 ? K27).? In the meantime, you can visit www.johnsonslawnseed.com or https://www.gleebirmingham.com/exhibitors/dlf-seeds-ltd-johnsons-lawn-seed for more information.

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