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Repeating the success of last year, Nathan James Dodd is pleased to report that Gardensite.co.uk has again been voted as having the 'Best Online Garden Retail Buying Team' at Glee 16, the UK's most important Garden and Leisure Industry show.
Taking place at the NEC in Birmingham over three days, Gardensite partners David Coton, David Hall and Andrew Hall were present today to collect the award.
They were taking a break from the important business of seeking out new and innovative products on show at Glee that we can offer online at gardensite.co.uk in the coming months.
The online buying team were congratulated by Senior Partner, Robert Hall who said that it was fabulous that their hard work in sourcing great products at the right prices was recognised by the industry and our customers.
'It's particularly pleasing just to be nominated for the award as we are still a family business and there is stiff competition from many major retailers'.
He went on the say, 'Winning the award will make us even more determined over the coming year to maintain our track record of buying products that delight our customers both in their quality and price'.
'Gardensite has now become the place to shop if you want a huge choice of gardening products at prices you can afford'.
Nathan James Dodd
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