National Flowerpot Week Announces First-Ever Annual Kickoff!

Atlanta, Georgia, April 12, 2012 Garden Retailers looking to boost Spring sales? The first ever National Flowerpot Week is April 22 – 28
April 10, 2012 - PRLog -- Atlanta, Georgia,  April 12, 2012
Garden Retailers looking to boost Spring sales?  The first ever National Flowerpot Week is April 22
– 28 and you still have time to take part, celebrate container gardening, connect with customers
and drive sales. National Flowerpot Week is poised to take advantage of this year’s great weather
and sunny consumer mood. Ready to Get Out & Grow?  We can help!

National Flowerpot Week is the perfect time to schedule gardening events and promotions at the
height of the garden season. Here are some great low cost, high-return activities to drive sales
and earn customer loyalty.

Garden Story Time: A family-friendly day of activities starts with Peter Rabbit and Jack and the
Beanstalk, read aloud in the garden. Have colorful flowerpots and live goods for sale, including
herbs, vegetable plants and seed packets. For free printable pages of these stories, craft pages
and more, visit and download from our blog.

Plant a Picnic Workshop: Hold a DIY demo for planting mini veggie and herb gardens in containers.
Have pots, seed packets, soil, plants, tags and plant food available for purchase. Customers can
purchase supplies as needed and take home their flowerpot creations.

For more great National Flowerpot Week ideas, visit and be sure to take
advantage of the free downloads from our blog!
For additional information, Contact:
Mark Burchfield, 2012 National Flowerpot Week Chairperson
Lee’s Pottery, Inc. is proud to be a Platinum Level Sponsor of National Flowerpot Week
Booth #12603 | National Hardware Show | Las Vegas, Nevada | May 1-3, 2012
Source:Mark Burchfield
Tags:Flowerpot, Gardening, Herbs, Vegetable, Plants, Seeds
Industry:Home and garden
Location:United States
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