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18 April

Zest 4 Leisure Sets Sights High


Zest 4 Leisure, the responsible producer of stylish, high quality timber garden furniture and outdoor living products, has appointed garlandpr to manage its public relations.

With a driven and tight-knit marketing team, Zest 4 Leisure, part of the Welsh-based P&A Group, has earned its place as one of the UK’s most respected producers of outdoor furniture and is rapidly becoming the go-to company for the trade.

Zest has appointed garlandpr with a view to raising awareness of the brand within the industry, getting consumer media coverage for the latest products, as well as promoting the family company’s charity work and commitment to responsible sourcing.

Steve Morgan, Managing Director of the P&A Group of Companies, said:

“Zest 4 Leisure was established 12 years ago to bring high quality, FSC® certified timber garden products to garden centres, online retailers and purchasing groups.  Our range has expanded over the years to include everything from outdoor dining furniture, arbours and obelisks to fence panels and an extensive ‘grow your own’ range.

“We’re innovative, dynamic and we know our designs are what customers want.  Zest’s focus on marketing has seen the company achieve great recognition in the industry, and PR will now complement the existing team and boost the company’s journey to dominating the market.”

Commenting on the award of the contract Holly Garland, Director of garlandpr said:

“We are delighted to be working with Zest, an ethical, charitable and responsible member of their communities.  We love their products – their customers love their products – and think it’s time to introduce some Zest to new customers through trade and consumer coverage.  We can’t wait to get going.”

Garlandpr’s horticultural clients have included Scotts Miracle-Gro, Dobbies Garden Centres and Love Your Plot, the industry-wide campaign to get non-gardeners and urbanites gardening.

Our appointment also got a great mention on Gardenforum, which you can read here.

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