Marie Curie Gardman range to be continued by Westland

by | Jan 27, 2019 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

Marie Curie
Westland announces that following the acquisition of Gardman, it will continue to support Marie Curie.
The company formed the partnership in 2016. A percentage of the sale of each product donated to the charity. This is to help the charity with its work in supporting those living with terminal illness.
Rachael Dickinson at Westland, commented: ?Marie Curie do some fantastic work. We are keen to honour the agreement and help the charity continue its work.
“The range of products has been very well received, with more than 200,000 sales of the Daffodil Feeder so far.
“We expect that the acquisition will help reinvigorate interest and drive sales.?
The range has returned with new lines introduced for 2019.
To help support retailers, merchandising and display units are available. There are also discounts for large orders.

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