Brett Landscaping's new literature drives sales

Published:  10 February, 2010

BARROW: Brett Landscaping has launched a new brochure to give consumers inspiration for transforming their outdoor spaces using the company’s paving ranges. Gardens & Drives is aimed at driving sales for stockists and business for installers.

To complement the brochure, the Trade Product Guide 2010: Gardens & Drives, provides merchants and contractors with information needed for selecting, specifying and ordering Brett products.

Speaking about the new publications, Zack Barrett, marketing services manager at Brett said; “We had a very good response to our last brochure, both from the trade and consumers. Our garden design and landscaping experts have been working hard to create an array of inspiring new designs. We are confident that the new brochure will further drive sales for installers and merchant stockists. In addition, the Trade Product Guide helps merchants and contractors provide a professional service by making ordering of the Brett range much easier.”

The new Gardens & Drives brochure shows what options consumers have when installing driveways following recent legislation changes, together with details on Alpha Antique Flow, a new permeable paving range in the ever popular rustic cobble style. It also features all the other new product ranges that have been launched for 2010, like new colours in Sandstone and the Moorland Brown colour in the Canterbury concrete flag range.

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