Centurion is one of the fastest growing garden companies in the U.S. today with broad distribution in all traditional and non-traditional channels.
Using only the highest quality materials and the latest ergonomic research, Centurion product engineers design tools for efficiency, reliability, and ease of use that stand the test of time. Perfect for any home-owner or landscaper to effortlessly keep your lawns and gardens trimmed and beautiful.
Stacey is our most seasoned Account Supervisor with more than 15 years of experience in the lawn & garden industry. Building and maintaining strong relationships with the media and her clients is where she shines. As our green industry trade and product placement specialist, she works hard to grow brand awareness by increasing media exposure, launching new products, and making connections with key influencers in the garden, home, lifestyle and food industries.
Garnering top-notch results for her clients is her passion. She has secured national placements in Real Simple, Martha Stewart Living, Better Homes & Gardens, Cooking Light, Southern Living and Do It Yourself to name a few.
Stacey spends her spare time volunteering with the Penn State Alumni Association, The Grand Opera House of Wilmington and the American Cancer Society.
Centurion Rejoins Garden Media’s Family of Brands
Centurion previously worked with Garden Media, the premier public relations agency for gardening and green living brands. This year, the company is excited to make a splash with its new product introductions and drive national attention to its collection of garden and outdoor living products.
Centurion manufactures a full range of products for professional and home gardeners that are innovatively designed with strength and comfort in mind. From pruners and loppers to sprayers and garden accessories, their products are engineered for superior strength and long term durability. The ergonomic design allows gardeners to dig and cultivate with less effort.
“I am delighted to work with Centurion again,” says Katie Dubow, garden trend-spotter and creative director of Garden Media. “Their level of innovative design and attention to ergonomics combined with great value is unmatched in the industry.”
According to Bill Freimuth, president of Centurion Brands, Garden Media was selected because of the firm’s history in branding and gaining media attention with industry influencers.
“The work Garden Media did for us years ago helped to grow our brand and we haven’t forgotten that,” says Freimuth. “As we look to expand our business, their creativity, media connections and history of building brand awareness will help to further our growth once again. Plus, we value the strong trade and consumer relationships Garden Media has built as well as their growing connections to social media influencers.”
From new tools for hydroponic gardening to padded handles, Centurion’s new products are those gardeners can really get excited about. Centurion will announce its new products for 2019 at the 2018 National Hardware show May 8-10 in Las Vegas.
“Working with Garden Media will drive the recognition Centurion needs to get to the next level,” says Freimuth. “Their knowledge of the gardening industry will help us to reach new audiences.”
Centurion’s catalog of products can be viewed online.
Garden Media Group specializes in the home, garden, horticulture, outdoor-living, lawn and landscape industries, and offers innovative PR campaigns designed to secure top media placements and partnerships with both traditional and social media. For gardening tips, new product announcements, and PR and marketing tips, visit www.gardenmediagroup.com .
Shop Right: Gifts that Last
Matching gifts with people can be lots of fun. This year, Garden Media Group has your back and a dependable shopping list to match. This holiday shopping list takes care of everyone’s gift-shopping needs. Each product is high quality, easy-to-use, or easy-to-grow. They will fit the needs of a beginner- gardener friend or master-gardener mother. No one will be left out.
“Cross a few people off your list,” says creative director of Garden Media, Katie Dubow, “with gifts that encourage outdoor activity and inspire time spent in nature.”
Here is a curated a list of sustainable, useful, and thoughtful gifts:
Environmentally Friendly Tumbler
Why send kitchen leftovers to the landfill when they can be recycled directly in the garden? Accomplish two goals with one effort: get a gift and help the environment. Mantis’ Back Porch ComposTumbler is compact and mighty, turning kitchen and yard waste into high quality compost. Fruit and veggies will grow like never before.
Garden Strong and Confident
Centurion knows tools. Whether gifting these tools to a new gardener or giving them to a master gardener, Centurion tools are up for any task. The Centurion Garden and Outdoor Living Cutting Set ($30), a handy cutting tools set, includes a lopper, pruner, and hedge shears. Your loved one will be able to tackle any garden cutting project.
Delicious, nutritious, and stunning to look at, Bushel and Berry’s raspberries, blackberries, or blueberries provide fresh berries at your fingertips. They are a source of education for kids and a nutritious snack all in one. These berry bushes are suited for everyone, kids and adults, starter or expert. With nine varieties available, you will be spoiled for choice.
Weed the garden at 6:00 AM with the quiet Mantis 58V Cordless Tiller/Cultivator. This battery-powered tiller does an excellent job weeding, reviving existing beds, and making new ones. It is a convenient 26 pounds, making it easy to move around and transport. Small, efficient, and easy to use, this tiller/cultivator makes an excellent gift for anyone who loves to garden.
Garden Media ignites buzz for clients, offers innovative PR campaigns and secures top media placements and partnerships. The boutique PR and marketing firm is known as the best in the home, garden, horticulture, outdoor living, and lawn and landscape industries. The annual Garden Trends Report is one of the most published garden studies in trade and consumer news. Visit www.gardenmediagroup.com for more information.