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National Garden Bureau offers “Year of the” downloadable POP materials

Organization helps to promote gardening by making available brochures, signage and logos

David Kuack | March 23, 2011

National Garden Bureau, the non-profit organization that promotes gardening on behalf of the horticulture industry, is offering free brochures and signage for its “Year of the” crops. NGB has proclaimed 2011 as the “Year of the Tomato” and the “Year of the Zinnia.”
For each “Year of the” crop there is a multi-page brochure with photos and useful growing information, as well as a history and description of each flower or edible. There is a downloadable pdf for both an 8- x 10-inch sign and a 5- x 7-inch sign/bench card. The two NGB “Year of the” logos are available for use when promoting the two crops.
These free promotional materials are available to download and print at no charge from the NGB website by clicking on the tab labeled Downloads.

Pictured: National Garden Bureau is offering free brochures and signage for its “Year of the” crops.

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