St. Lauren Pledges Support For Trade Partners

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Non-alcoholic sparkling wine brand, St. Lauren, says it has taken its new look bottle wine to Rivers State and Abuja, where it promised trade partners profitable partnership in wine sales for 2023.

According to a statement, St. Lauren, which recently launched its new packaging and two variants – Red and White in Lagos said it treated customers and partners in Port Harcourt and Abuja to a wine-tasting event attended by existing and potential trade partners, wine lovers, customers, and influencers.

Stanley Obi, Director, Prime Business Unit, Grand Oak Limited, , reiterated the unique value that St. Lauren offers its Abuja and Port Harcourt customers.

He said, “Just like we did in Lagos, we are thrilled to present the new look of St. Lauren to our esteemed customers in Abuja and Port Harcourt. This relaunch represents our commitment to providing a luxurious and exceptional experience to our consumers and event planners. With the quality of the St. Lauren wine and its exceptional taste, our customers can rest assured that they will always win!

Brand Business Manager, St. Lauren Non-alcoholic Sparkling Wine, Oluseun Mudashiru said trade partners can now realise the best profit value that any non-alcoholic wine brand has to offer upon partnership with St. Lauren.

Mudashiru said, “Thanks to our pricing strategy that accommodates your profit advantage, you are able to buy the St. Lauren wine at considerably affordable prices and retail at set consumer-friendly prices that promise good profit.”

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