GIMA judges award category win to Deco-Pak birdboxes

GIMA supplier Deco-Pak jumped to the top of the pecking order in the Pet Care, Aquatics and Wild Bird Care category last night, with a win at the 2018 GIMA Awards gala dinner in South Wales.  Deco-Pak’s Quintessentially British Collection of decorative birdhouses and birdfeeders impressed the judges who described it as “whimsical and charming – a fantastic take on the traditional bird house.”

 

The new additions to the well-established Garden Bazaar range include a realistic looking miniature garden shed, a London Underground sign for nesting birds to hide behind, a wine rack feeder that promotes reusing bottles, and a scaled down No. 10 Downing Street for birds to peck on in protest.  The award was hotly contested against a large number of entries this year, including finalists Smart Garden and Wildlife World.

 

Marketing Director Craig Hall said: “We’d already received a positive reception for our new Garden Bazaar decorative birdbox ranges from customers and the media, but to also win a GIMA Award – our first ever – is just fantastic.  In a category crammed full of great products and innovations, the competition is always fierce and this year was certainly no different.  On behalf of all of us at Deco-Pak I’d like to say a huge thank you to GIMA and the judges, this is a great deal for us and a key moment in the continued growth of our company.”

Designed by Deco-Pak, the new Quintessentially British range of birdboxes and feeders is priced at £16.99 – £29.99 RRP.  Designed to appeal to buyers or collectors looking for quirky garden gifts, and fans of the original range of Garden Bazaar British birdhouses and feeders.  Highly functional and made from FSC certified wood, the range was a finalist in the Spring Fair awards at the start of the year.

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