Solus launches its first online sale

Garden products wholesaler Solus is to launch its first end of season sale, starting on 5 August, with up to 60% off some products.

The garden centre supplier's MD Nick Davies said: "There will be hundreds of products available at discounts of up 60%. We hope that this initiative will add a late season boost to retailers’ takings, and help to even out the dip prior to the autumn product sales season – but this isn’t just a garden product sale, there will be offers across categories including water gardening, décor and leisure."

The sale will be exclusively on the Solus’s online ordering and account management facility ‘Solus Connect’. 

Davies added: "We launched Connect in January and there are now over 500 users. It’s simple to use and a great tool for retailers to check stock and prices".

Retailers who are not signed up to Connect can visit www.solusgl.com  and click on the Solus Connect link, where they can register for a login and password.


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