Jan 21, 2012
Costa Farms, Scheurich Announce DealSource: Costa Farms

Costa Farms and Scheurich USA, have joined forces to transform the retail environment using style and fashion to attract a wider audience and boost sales for retailers.

Costa Farms and Scheurich USA, have joined forces to transform the retail environment using style and fashion to attract a wider audience and boost sales for retailers. “Scheurich’s branding statement “”Fashion for Plants”” now takes on a whole new meaning,” says Jose Smith, president and CEO of Costa Farms. The combination of our indoor houseplants, Scheurich’s stylish decorative containers, and eye-catching displays, is the perfect solution for the retailer and consumer alike,” he says. Both plants and decorative containers are an integral part of home design that consumers demand. Garden retailers have discovered how color, product choice and quality plants well merchandized together at the point-of-sale, increases sales of both indoor containers and houseplants. Premiering at TPIE 2012, Costa Farms will showcase their indoor houseplants with a designated line of Scheurich products. “




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