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Horizon Distributors launches new website

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The new site was designed with landscape and irrigation professionals in mind.

| November 16, 2010

CHANDLER, Ariz. – Horizon Distributors has launched its new website, www.horizononline.com. The new site has a fresh look and several new customer-friendly features including a downloadable resources section and a full, downloadable product catalog.
 
“Horizon’s new Web site was designed to be user-friendly and to provide the information that our customers most often request from us,” said Phil Stephens, vice president, sales and marketing, Horizon Distributors. “Users can easily find the resources, trainings, products and green industry information that they need to be successful and get their jobs done.”
 
The site features an expanded resource section, a store locator and information on Horizon’s many customer-focused programs. Customers can also download resources including podcasts, trainings, Webinars and Horizon’s Landscape Maintenance Guide, a how-to guide with answers to questions that grounds maintenance professionals face every day.
 
Customers also can more easily locate sales representatives in their area and use the new project bid request tool, which helps landscape and irrigation professionals quickly create bids and then find the equipment and tools they need to get their jobs done. Plus, customers can access the Marketing Toolkit where they can order customized marketing materials.
 
“This new site was designed to be a total resource for landscape and irrigation professionals,” said Stephens. “Our goal is to provide more than just product information on our new site so customers can find resources and information about their jobs or about the landscape and irrigation industries in general.”
 

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