Distributor has managed premises move, new staff and a trade B2B launch so far this year

Tenn Outdoors: “Poor weather’s not stopping us.”

Running contrary to reports of poor weather slowing business to a halt this year, Tenn Outdoors has told BikeBiz that this, it’s fourth year of trading, has been the most productive.

“2012 has been a year of rapid growth for Tenn-Outdoors. Our fourth year of trading has brought expansion, starting off with relocation to larger premises in Hastings, along with increasing staff levels. This has allowed the young brand to expand its range, as well as looking towards new markets.

"Our philosophy has always been to make high end products at a mid range price and in these tough times customers are taking more care with their money, this has seen increased interest from both mainland Europe and America,” said James Cornford Tenn-Outdoors PR and marketing manager.

The beginning of the year also saw Tenn launch a trade site http://trade.tenn-outdoors.co.uk/

This year also saw Tenns first appearance at World Championship level in the hands of their PR & marketing manager James Cornford and Elite BMXer Scott Waterhouse at the BMX World Championships in Birmingham.


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