GardenSite has been out in force at the GLEE Trade Exhibition in Birmingham this week sourcing new products, innovations and better deals to bring to its customers. Here's Robert Hall's report on what has been happening.
The LIFETIME, shed and box products were launched earlier this year and we can advise that the range is becoming a very important addition to the Gardensite offer of high quality plastic shed products from Store More.
As a result we have been able to procure a limited number of 8x5 Lifetime Sheds for a special Christmas offer.
These sheds will be maintained at the same price as the current 8x5 shed (RRP £699.00), but far from being the standard 8x5, this product includes the following accessories:
Amounting to approx £200.00 of inclusive extras.
This represents excellent value and we commend this offer to our customers. We expect this offer to be well received ‘whilst stocks last’.
As for the LIFETIME range in general, due to good initial sales, we have recently added the 10x8 and 15x8 shed models; both of which have generated great interest.
It is Store More's intention to introduce further models in 2014 which may take the form of a smaller, fully accessorised ‘tool shed’ and a larger 11 foot fronted shed and garage with extensions.
Naturally we will keep you advised.
To view or buy, see the full range of Lifetime Sheds and Storage Solutions click here.
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