Creekvine Designs launches lineup of American-made garden and leisure products
February 4, 2011,
GIBSONIA, Pa. — Creekvine Designs, manufacturer of garden and leisure products, has announced the launch of its spring line of wood furnishings and structures for the casual and outdoor living marketplace.
For 2011, Creekvine Designs' lines include uniquely styled dining collections, patio or poolside storage units, seating collections, swings, gliders and garden accents including bridges and arbors. With the durability of cedar, the line will accommodate any outdoor setting. Each of Creekvine Designs' leisure products are ready to assemble with optimum packaging for warehousing. For retailers with limited storage, Creekvine Designs can drop-ship domestically.
In addition to the American-made product line, Creekvine Designs has a low volume requirement for customer-specified designs. "Our staff is prepared to work with retailers on products to fit their customer or market, or to assist in retail branding with private label goods," said McTighe.
In-season delivery will be available due to the company's large inventory.
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