Happy Fathers Day from Nordic

Neil Gater | Jun,2016 | 2 Minutes Read

So we have reached day 4, it’s Fathers Day and the final day of BBC Gardeners World.

Day 4: Fathers Day. The first three days have been a great experience for the Nordic team. It’s the largest UK show we have been involved in, we are delighted in the fact that our Melbourne Pavilion, Sylt Pavilion and Guernsey Summerhouse has been viewed by well over 100,000 people in the space of 4 days. We have given out LOTS of our “Hygge” marketing material, taken down lots of future customer details and its always great news when you have an order book following a show. 🙂

Throughout the show, we have had our retail partner GBC Group with us all the way, their staff have been awesome, discussing, presenting and selling the buildings with real enthusiasm which has really made a huge difference. Thanks to all the staff that have been here, we are sure the aching feet, ankles, legs and backs were worth it. The relationship between Nordic Garden Buildings and GBC has grown even stronger through this event and the ongoing support from the staff has seen fantastic results in 2016, which means even more of our buildings will be installed on their show sites over the coming 6 months. Soon, Nordic will have a presence across all 35 sites which will be amazing!

We are already thinking about next year, not only BBC Gardeners World Live but a number of other shows such has been the response of this event. Everyone who has been involved in the show, from the organisers to the other exhibitors have made this a great event.

Whether you have purchased from Nordic, ordered a ‘massaging chair’, watch ‘an audience with the Hairy Bikers’, tasted the NUMEROUS Gin’s available (that’s our plan for later) in the Food Show or just browsed and enjoyed the day, we hope you have enjoyed the event as much as we have.

We would like to thank everyone who has taken the time to view our buildings at the event and we hope to be installing your new Nordic Garden Building in your garden in the very near future.