CBK releases Garden Designs Dating Program

More than 40 garden products are introduced

CBK, wholesalers of home decor, gifts and accessories, has unveiled its newest Garden Designs Dating Program for 2007 and 2008.

The company offers more than 360 garden items including 46 newly released items. CBK offers such categories as garden furniture, urns and planters, statuary, fountains, garden stakes and bird products. Included in the newly released items is a seahorse wall fountain, a fern design wall planter, an arched back bench with a distressed white finish, an oval three-tier plant holder with a distressed white finish, an assortment of decorative wall hanging items and much more. All items included in the CBK’s Garden Designs program are both decorative and functional.

The dating in this new program varies from Net 60 on orders of $500-$999 to Net 120 on orders of $4,000 and up.  These terms apply to items in the Garden Designs Collection only. The order placement period for this program is Aug. 20–Nov. 15, with shipment dates between Oct. 1, 2007 – March 15, 2008. This program is not limited to one order, but all orders must meet the designated minimum.

“We are very excited about this new Garden introduction and feel that this is our best Garden Designs Dating program yet,” said Brenda Cloud, product manager for CBK’s Garden Division.

For more information on CBK’s Garden Dating Program, visit the company’s Web site at www.cbkhome.com.

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