This year has brought on many firsts for businesses and customers. Since trade shows, expos, and in-person events have been put on hold, businesses have adapted and come up with new ways to communicate. Virtual meetings are the new in-personmeetings. For this reason, Grandma Lucy’s is excited to be hosting its very own Virtual Trade Show.
Everyone is invited to join Grandma Lucy’s Virtual Trade Show for product information, specials, trainings, giveaways, and more. The show will take place on October 13 -16th. Grandma Lucy’s staff will be available to answer questions during the entire show or visitors are able to set up one on one meetings as well.
“Our team has been working very hard over the last month to bring an exciting virtual show experience to our retailers. Even though we would love to see everyone in person, we look forward to inviting store owners, managers, and employees to visit our Virtual Show. Not only will we have product information, specials, social media content and more, but we will also be giving away free food and treats for a whole year to one of our amazing retail employees.” Said Breann Shook, Owner & Co-Founder of Grandma Lucy’s.
During the Virtual Trade Show, attendees will have access to show only discounts on all of Grandma Lucy’s exciting products. They will also be raffling away prizes throughout the 3-day event. One lucky retail employee winner will get a YEAR’S SUPPLY of FREE FOOD AND TREATS for their own pet!
Breann, Owner & Co-founder of Grandma Lucy’s also said, “Retail employees have been so strong during these trying times and have worked so hard to keep their stores running and to make sure all our furry friends have the food they need. Eric and I were so overwhelmed with joy and hope when hearing the storiesof our retailers going that extra mile to do all they could to keep pets healthy giving some relief to their pet parents in an already tense situation. We look forward to everyone visiting our Virtual Trade Show and getting that time to thank them for their hard work in supporting our special industry and the people in it.”
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