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Stax takes bigger stand at this year's Glee

Published: 12 September 2013
Wholesaler Stax Trade Centres is stepping up attempts to attract garden centres and increase its penetration of the garden market.
Stax takes bigger stand at this year's Glee
Stax joint md David Hibbert said: "We have seen an upturn this year. The warm weather has prompted more trips to the garden centre. As a result we are showing strong gardening sales, especially in well-known brands, including Scotts, Bayer, Town & Country, Hozelock, Rentokil, Vitax, STV and Pagoda."

The firm is taking a bigger stand at Glee this year and will exhibit its own brands: the Ambassador range of garden tools, the new Glenwear range of workwear and clothing and a selection of its popular value brand SupaGarden.

Hall 5 E31

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