Trendspot Announces Global Launch

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Store shelves across the USA and Canada, from Walmart to Target, Home Depot and beyond, are getting ready to feature an exciting new brand: Trendspot Inc.

Retailers including Walmart and Target have partnered with Trendspot to utilize their proprietary trend forecasting system and to develop winning products. Using cutting edge design and prototyping in the USA and owning their own factory in China allows Trendspot to give customers a significant edge over traditional buying agents and global sourcing.

The Trendspot name may be new, yet the brand arrives with an impressive pedigree of forty-plus years of success thanks to its proud origins as Lee’s Pottery, Inc. This artist-driven family business began manufacturing planters, vases and dinnerware in Southern California in the 1970’s. Now a global category leader, Lee’s Pottery Inc. is re-branding as Trendspot to reflect the trend and innovation driven powerhouse that this industry leader has become.

The Trendspot Launch includes the official opening of their all-new Global Headquarters and Showroom. Located in San Bernardino California, this brand new facility offers customers the perfect opportunity to view Trendspot’s extensive selection of products, including their exclusive lines of indoor and outdoor planters.

Customers who schedule a visit can tour the facility and meet with a designer to discuss trends, engage in the creation of their own custom designs and get a sneak preview of the vases, garden décor and other new product lines being developed today at Trendspot.

One thing that remains unchanged is the company’s positive attitude and dedication to a Happy Team and Happy Customers. Trendspot Inc. embraces the new and innovative, while holding dear the values and integrity that has guided this company through the years and contributed to its ongoing growth and enduring success.

Trendspot Inc. is a proud sponsor of National Flowerpot Week.
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