Treasure Garden announces replacement canopy program

Will be available to retail partners, includes three sizes
Treasure GardenBALDWIN PARK, Calif. - Outdoor shade and accessory products manufacturer Treasure Garden is introducing a new Replacement Canopy Program, which will be offered to retailers within its dealer network. The umbrella replacement canopies, which fall within the Treasure Garden CARE program, include three sizes: 7.5-foot, 9-foot and 11-foot.  All units within the expanded program include an attractive and easily merchandised packaging design.

"We are now able to provide an even larger program to create excitement at retail via add-on sales," said Jeff Dorough, vice president of sales and marketing with Treasure Garden. "With the expansion of this program, retailers now have the potential to sell additional canopies for their customers' umbrellas not only for normal wear replacement, but also for multiple use options." 

Consumers using the replacement canopies in the program can easily change out colors or styles for special events, holidays or seasonal décor changes. 

The program includes 100% solution-dyed high performance TGEX fabrics in seven fabric grades and a wide array of color choices. The see-through packaging allows consumers to select canopy color and provides descriptive product copy. Equipped with grommets for hanging, each unit can be merchandised adjacent to other Treasure Garden CARE products.

Replacement canopies within the program are available in Single and Double Wind Vent designs. The 7.5-foot Single Vent canopy accommodates the Collar Tilt, Push Button and Commercial models.  The 9-foot Single and Double Wind Vent replacement canopies will fit Collar Tilt, Starlight Collar Tilt, Wood, Auto Tilt, Push Button and Commercial umbrella designs. The 11-foot Collar Tilt, Starlight Collar Tilt or Auto Tilt umbrellas have replacement canopies available in Single and Double Wind Vent styles.

"With the large selection of sizes, models and fabric choices, our retailers are able to custom select an assortment to suit their pre-plan in-store displays," Dorough said.


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