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I am delighted to announce that Green-tech have agreed to sponsor the Landscape Juice Network - the deal is for a initial six months but it is anticipated that Landscape Juice and Green-tech will work together beyond this and integrate the Green-tech product shop into the site. Commenting on the deal, marketing manager, Kate Humes, said: "The team at Green-tech is extremely excited at the prospect of building a closer relationship with Landscape Juice members. 'We have been following the development of the network for some time now, monitoring the various blogs and forum posts. We were astounded to discover, that just one blog post on Landscape Juice mentioning Green-tech, had contributed to a significant increase in hits on our own web site.' "Through Landscape Juice we aim to broaden our understanding of the needs and wants of landscapers, green keepers and garden designers across the UK. In return we will mobilise our partners within the industry to provide expert advice and invaluable knowledge on the products we offer. "A special thanks goes to Phil Voice for all the assistance and excellent feedback he has offered Green-tech so far." Green-tech is the leading supplier of landscaping and horticulture products in the United Kingdom. The Green-tech deal is a fantastic fit for Landscape Juice and I anticipate that most members will have a need for products that Green-tech supplies. I continue to talk to other leading companies with a view to getting involved on the site.
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  • Phil, is there no stopping you? Well done again
  • Hi Phil
    If you keep this up you could retire next year!
    Seriously LJ is now a very crisp and extremely useful site for the industry and a credit to you.
    Kind regards
    Colin & the Turn2Stone team.
  • Yes, I'd second those comments. Well done Phil!
  • Great news Phil, haven't been on the site for a while but amazed at how well you are doing. Green-tech are a favoured supplier and great for the profile for us Yorkshire lot.
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    Thank s everyone and I hope you'll all bear our sponsors in mind should you need landscaping or horticulture supplies.
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