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Glenmuir launches Christmas apparel gift box sets
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Oct '08
Glenmuir has launched an eye-catching range of 10 Gift Box Sets for Christmas - offering retailers a wide choice from more than 30 shirt and knitwear design and colour combinations.

Featuring Mens and Ladies products from the Scottish based company's acclaimed 2008 collection, the shirt and sweater box sets make the perfect Christmas gift and will also look stunning on the shelf thanks to some attractive packaging improvements.

The new stylish cardboard packaging includes a handy clear window at the front, so consumers can see the garments inside, and an innovative magnetic seal designed to reflect the new 1891 branding that Glenmuir introduced this year with huge success.

Glenmuir can supply all Gift Box Sets in plain colours, or crest all garments to order via its comprehensive stock and embroidery service.

Andy Bough, Glenmuir marketing director, said: "We have had a superb reaction from golfers to our 2008 clothing collection and by offering such a comprehensive choice of garment and colour combinations - combined with some eye-catching new packaging - we believe Glenmuir can really help retailers maximise the opportunity for seasonal gift sales."

All Gift Box Sets are available for delivery from November 1. Shirt and Sweater combinations are:

Mens Gift Box Sets:
Lewis roll-collar shirt/Moray crew-neck sweater - five colour combinations.
Lewis shirt/Lomond V-neck sweater - five colours.
Balloch mock-collar shirt/Farnham windstopper - two colours.
Balloch shirt/Seasonal sweater - select from stock.
Howth shirt/Morar sweater - five colours.
Mull shirt/Morar sweater - five colours.


Ladies Gift Box Sets:

Hayley roll-collar shirt/Sundridge crew neck sweater - three colour combinations.
Hayley shirt/Brunton V-neck sweater - three colours.
Hayley shirt/Seasonal sweater - select from stock.
Sophie shaped-fit shirt/Sundridge sweater - three colours.

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