Retailers join Deco-Pak for first charity golf day

by | Oct 6, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Deco-Pak has just held its first Charity Golf Day playing host to over 35 garden retailers at Crows Nest golf club in Brighouse, 5 minutes away from Deco-Pak?s head office. Celebrating a successful year in the company of customers old and new, the hard working, fun loving team also managed to raise hundreds of pounds for Greenfingers on the day.

Deco-Pak general manager Rod Slater said: ?We?re really pleased with our inaugural Golf Day, it was well organised by the team and with the excellent weather it made for a fitting tribute to the end of a successful season.? An extra special thank you must go to all that took part, as well as all of our sponsors, who together helped us to raise extra funds for Greenfingers, something we are planning to do a lot more of this year from donations made from sales of our relaunched play pit sand.?

The landscaping and decorative aggregates supplier has seen uplifts in sales of its core ranges as well as its newly expanded range of birdhouses and feeders throughout 2016, as the team took on new accounts and took on larger orders from customers fed up with poor availability and service elsewhere.

Deco-Pak recently won a Glee New Products Award for its Milano Paving range, which is now available to order direct from the company.

To find out more, visit, contact the Deco-Pak sales support team on 01422 204 394, or email via the form on the website.

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