Floramedia launches Mother's Day labels

Floramedia has released a label as well as point of sale (POS) material to help retailers add value to products for Mother's Day.

The horticultural design and print company has created a label, poster and bench wrap to help retail outlets boost sales for Mother’s Day on 10 March.

Floramedia managing director Nick Mathias said: "The label and POS for Mother’s Day are for garden centres and retailers so they can really make the most of the day. The products are designed to create a maximum impact display and offer superb value for money.

"The label, poster and bench wrap all have the same design, which is bright with colourful wording and is very eye catching. The products are an effective way to encourage consumers to impulse buy.

"The posters come in an A3 size and are made out of correx. The bench wraps are 50 metres long and made out of 200mic LDPE that is totally recyclable. These can be used on outdoor display benches as they can withstand the weather."

The polypropylene labels are 77mm by 80mm and come with bamboo information sticks that the labels click on to.


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