Garden Retail awards entry deadline tomorrow

Briers is the latest sponsor to sign up for the Garden Retail awards, which is seeing entries come flooding in as the final entry deadline approaches on Wednesday 22 October.

Garden Retail awards
Garden Retail awards

Promotional opportunities from the awards scheme will be better than ever in 2015 with winners due to be announced at a spectacular awards event in London on February 26th – a fantastic boost right at the start of the 2015 gardening season.

Meanwhile thanks to a unique partnership with The Sun's gardening team, a selection of winners from the 2015 Garden Retail Awards will get the chance to have their names included in the team's write-up of the awards in the newspaper's gardening pages

For 2015 there are even more categories to enter (see below), giving professionals even more opportunities to highlight their strengths to potential customers.

To enter the Garden Retail Awards 2015 please go to www.gardenretailawards.com or call Petra Majzlikova on 020 8267 4014 or email petra.majzlikova@haymarket.com.

For sponsorship, email lara.cronshaw@haymarket.com. Sponsors include Bord na Mona, the HTA, Neudorff, Solex, Quinton Edwards, Briers and Town & Country.

Garden Retail Awards 2015 - Categories

Best Themed Promotion
Best Garden Centre Event *NEW
Best New Gardening Product *NEW
Best New Retail Product *NEW
Best Business Development: New Build, Refit or Launch
Commitment to Customer Service
Best Catering Facilities
Best Catering Staff *NEW
Best Wildlife, Bird Care or Pets Department
Best Planteria
Retail Outlet of the Year: Under £1m turnover
Retail Outlet of the Year: £1m - £3m turnover
Retail Outlet of the Year: over £3m turnover
Commitment to Staff Development
Community Involvement Award
Greenest Garden Centre
Employee of the Year
Sales Team of the Year
Lifetime Achievement Award


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