Bradstone supports merchant partners with new point of sale units

Paving supplier Bradstone has designed a new suite of Point of Sale (POS) materials to help its merchant stockists drive sales.

The latest stand designs are more durable and functional and have been built withstand weathering and colour fade. Products can be used interchangeably on the stands, allowing merchants to keep the displays fresh and interesting for customers visiting their branch.

The stand's visuals have been designed in response to the latest consumer trends to help landscaping professionals realise the design possibilities available when using Bradstone products.

Toby Stuart-Jervis, commercial director for Bradstone, commented: "Our new, high quality range of POS materials is better than ever before. We're dedicated to giving our merchant partners every support in helping them to grow their business so we wanted to create a range of display options that really adds value and leads the market in terms of quality and design.

"The new units not only look fantastic in situ, they also offer merchants complete flexibility to ensure they continue to work hard for them all year round."

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