Jun 10, 2018
Bailey Nurseries Introduces New Corporate Identity

Bailey Nurseries recently announced that it is updating its corporate identity to a more modernized brand position — Bailey.

Along with a fresh and modern look, Bailey reaffirms its commitment to Growing What’s Next, the company’s drive to constantly evolve and innovate. The Growing What’s Next theme will be carried across all Bailey-brand business units.

Bailey will offer customers easier access to ordering, improved marketing resources, information on advanced growing practices, and a window to its plant development and breeding work at Bailey Innovations.

“As our brand has grown, we have seen a greater need to better communicate and provide more targeted support to each of our varied customer segments,” said Alec Charais, marketing and communications manager. “After considerable feedback from employees and the industry, we are launching a new website this fall that improves the way customers can interact with our company so their experience with Bailey is as seamless and robust online as it is in person.”

“The ultimate goal of Bailey is to support our customers so that they can be successful,” said Terri McEnaney, Bailey owner and president. “Growing What’s Next means raising the bar for all of us. It means nurturing strong businesses, growing future leaders, and working together to elevate our industry as a whole.” 

Bailey Nurseries is a 113-year old company on the fifth generation of family leadership that remains in the forefront of the industry as a wholesale grower of trees and shrubs, and also by breeding, developing, and marketing new plants.

Bailey was one of the first to launch consumer brands such as Endless Summer Hydrangeas, First Editions Plants, and Easy Elegance Roses. Bailey plants are sold worldwide.

You can learn more about the company at www.baileynurseries.com.

 






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