Pimp up your Roundup is back for 2015

Due to the success of the 2014 ‘Pimp up your Roundup’ competition, Roundup is once again challenging its independent retailers to get creative when it comes to their displays this season. The 2015 promotion, will see the UK?s number one weedkiller brand giving away over ?6000* worth of stock to independent retailers that go the extra mile to create the most inventive and eye catching Roundup displays.

This years promotion is running from the beginning of March until the end of May. To enter retailers simply need to take a photo of their pimped-up Roundup display and email the photo to pimpuproundup@roundup-garden.com.? At the end of each month two winners will be chosen based on their display photo, giving six winners in total.

The prizes will vary by month but will include two Roundup Pump N Go Mini 2.5L x 64 units, two Roundup Gel 150ml x 140 units, and two Roundup Ready to use 1L x 116 units.

Gary Philpotts, Roundup Lawn and Garden UK business director comments, ?Retailers totally embraced the ?Pimp up Your Roundup? promotion last year and we were really impressed by the standard of entry and the length retailers went to, to create standout, which is one of the reasons why we?ve decided to run the promotion again.

?This year we are kicking off the campaign early to make sure retailers can make the most of the season.? Running from March for three months, the promotion will overlap with Roundup?s consumer marketing activity which has been designed to include an impressive TV advertising campaign, Sky TV sponsorship, print, PR and social media strategies all of which will help to drive consumers in store.? There has never been a better time to create an eye catching Roundup display!?

To find out more about the ?Pimp up your Roundup? promotion and to read the terms and conditions, visitwww.roundup-garden.com/pimpup or call 01483 410334.

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