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Treasure Garden Introduces New 11-ft. Vienna Alu Teak Design

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Treasure Garden’s collection of highest-quality outdoor umbrellas is expanding the specialty collection for 2020. This new all-aluminum mix-media design features a 1.89-inch diameter mirrored, anodized pole along with (8) aluminum teak ribs.

“With the popularity of wood outdoor furnishings, the Treasure Garden design team utilized the look of wood while maintaining the durability of aluminum,” said Candy Chase, National Sales manager, Treasure Garden. “In combination with the attractive, mirrored, anodized aluminum pole, the Vienna can effortlessly coordinate with multiple furnishing styles.

The introduction of the 11-ft. Vienna Alu Teak is in response to a need recognized in the shade industry. This mixed-media design, in conjunction with the popular double pulley lift system with locking pin, is slated to be a popular addition to the shade line for 2020. The sleek octagon design includes a single-wind vent, aluminum-teak ribs, and carries a two-year warranty. Available in all stocked fabrics from Treasure Garden without a trim option, as well as six pre-set trim combinations for a designer look.

The new Vienna Alu Teak umbrella will debut with Treasure Garden’s other 2020 introductions at the Merchandise Mart, Showroom # 1655 in Chicago during the ICFA Casual Market (September 10-13, 2019). Introductions will also be exhibited at the Las Vegas Market in Showroom C-1215 (July 28 – August 1, 2019).

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