Garden Retail Awards entry deadline extended

The Garden Retail Awards entry deadline has been extended until 13 August.

The awards, presented by the horticulture industry's leading business and professional magazine, Garden Retail, are now in their third year as part of Haymarket Professional Media - and, in 2009, are set to create an even bigger splash across the garden retail sector.

Winners will be announced during the evening of 2 November at Grosvenor House in London at a glittering awards dinner and ceremony, in front of their peers from across the industry.

Scotsdales Garden Centre won Retail Outlet of the Year: Over £3m Turnover in 2008.

Scotsdales managing director Caroline Owen said: "Winning the Garden Retail Award for retail outlet of the year and for community involvement in 2008 has been tremendous for our centre.

"It is tremendous for promoting ourselves and great recognition for staff as well."

Entering the Garden Retail Awards can bring many benefits to you and your team: as a unique marketing tool; as a way to demonstrate your professional excellence; and as a terrific motivator for staff.

Sponsors include the HTA, Greenfield Software and Quinton Edwards.

- For full details of award categories and how to enter, see

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