Greenleaf Nursery launches Gen X, Y marketing program

March 2008
Garden Center Magazine;Mar2008, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p18
The article presents information on O2: Planting for the Future, a marketing program launched by the Greenleaf Nursery in Park Hill, Oklahoma that is intended to appeal to Generation X and Y consumers. It is reported that the program, which will be available to garden centers, aims to instruct consumers on the importance of oxygen and on its role in the ecosystem.


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