HAGA Releases Non-Hybrid, GMO-Free Seeds for Survival Gardeners
November 28, 2014 – Incline Village, NV (BLUEPLANET) — Home and Garden America (HAGA) recently held a press conference to announce the new brand name for their non gmo, organic heirloom seeds.
“After careful deliberation, we have finally selected ‘Grow For It’ as the official brand name for all of our heirloom products. It will be the brand you’ll see on our forthcoming seed kits,” a spokesperson for the company stated.
HAGA’s rebranding was about three weeks in the making. Several options were considered in an effort to find that one name that accurately represents the company.
“The selection process was long and tedious because we wanted to find the best possible name to symbolize our non gmo organic heirloom seeds (http://www.amazon.com/review/R17MVD0T88EEKH/). We were also looking for something catchy to boost the fun aspect of our brand. So we came up with a short list, narrowed it down to three, and then held a vote. ‘Grow For It’ was the name that unanimously won, and everyone was pleased with the results,” said the HAGA spokesperson.
Upon news of the fresh brand name, HAGA’s fans and avid customers gave positive feedback and showed continuous support to the company.
“The previous name was good, but this new one is even better! I like how simple and catchy it is. Grow For It will certainly attract even more customers,” one heirloom seed collector said.
“I knew they would come up with something good. But whether it’s Home and Garden America or Grow For It, I will always support the company and its future endeavors,” said a long-time customer.
Starting from today, HAGA’s non gmo organic heirloom seeds and other new kits (https://twitter.com/homeandgardenUS) will be released under the Grow For It brand.
“We’re really glad that the rebranding was a success. We hope that people will keep on supporting our products—especially our 105 Varieties Complete Survival Seeds Pack that’s scheduled for release at the end of this month,” the company spokesperson closed his statement.
Further details about HAGA’s rebranding and upcoming seed kits can be found on the company website.
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Chuck Harmon enjoys writing consumer information material on a wide range of products, and his work in the field of heirloom gardening is no exception. He started planting non gmo organic heirloom seeds (http://homeandgardenamerica.com/blog) so he can enjoy fresher and healthier vegetables at home.