Schleich decreases level for carriage-paid orders prior to Christmas

Published on: 2nd December 2014

Schleich UK is helping retailers to restock before Christmas by decreasing the level of spend forSchleich-logo300 carriage-paid orders.

Displays of Schleich’s dinosaurs, farm life and other figurines are renowned for attracting impulse buyers. Keeping a full range is essential to offer the choice to collectors. With this in mind the firm has announced that it is to help retailers remain fully stocked in the next four weeks by reducing the level of carriage paid orders between now and the 16th December 2014 to just £150.

Jeremy Robinson, Schleich’s country manager, said: “The reduction in spend requirement takes effect immediately and will run for the next two weeks. We know that in-store display is essential to the sales of our collections and that our core consumer is often looking for specific pieces to build their children’s collections. So as the buying season really takes hold we want to make it easier for our retail partners to keep a full and varied display. This commitment is just one measure that we have planned for the coming months to enable our independent retailer base to grow.”

For more information please contact Schleich by emailing or call 01279 870000.


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