Nettex launch NEW LOOK with brand Ambassador Carl Hester

Nettex keeps up to date with what horse owners want, which is why they are launched their completely re-designed look for their equine range in conjunction with leading Nettex brand ambassador Carl Hester.

In May, retailers and media attended a launch of the new look Nettex range in Gloucestershire. The guests were given a presentation by Serena Kidd, Nettex Equine Brand Manager and then an informative talk by The Shop Doctor, Bill Smith, on how to make the most of valuable retail space and how to revitalise their trade

Then followed a lecture/demo by Carl Hester and his team showing off some of the young and more advanced horses.

A tour of the stable yard and Q&A session followed by lunch rounded off a great morning for the Nettex retailers who took away goody bags containing some of the Nettex products and the new brochure showing the whole range.

Nettex new look packaging, sizing and products are available in store now. For stockist information use the UK Stockist finder opposite or call 01634 257150.

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