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Castelle, Biltmore Partner For Giveaway Promotion

A garden bench will be awarded to a lucky winner in conjunction with the installation at the Conservatory at Biltmore of the new Biltmore by Castelle Estate Collection for the summer.

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Subsequent to the recent debut of the Biltmore® by Castelle outdoor furniture collection, Castelle announced the sponsorship of a giveaway promotion being held in connection with the unveiling of the Biltmore® by Castelle Estate Collection at the Conservatory at Biltmore. Adjacent to the elegant Walled Garden, this installation is the first for the collection following its introduction at the Spring High Point Market. Multiple sling dining sets will adorn the area offering seating to guests of the estate throughout the spring and summer of 2018.

The Conservatory, which is located in the historic gardens at Biltmore, offers the perfect venue for the new Biltmore® by Castelle seating. Known as an architectural treasure itself, the Conservatory was designed by Richard Morris Hunt who also designed Biltmore House. The original plants in the Conservatory were selected by the home’s owner, Mr. George Vanderbilt and Fredrick Law Olmsted, the father of American landscape architecture.

“We are so pleased to showcase our new Biltmore Estate Collection in the proximity of the Conservatory and welcome our guest to relax and linger in the beauty of the gardens,” said Donnette Miller, Director of Licensing, Biltmore Licensed Consumer Products. “It is a tremendous compliment to the quality and design of Castelle’s outdoor furniture to be placed in Biltmore’s historic gardens.”

The Biltmore® by Castelle promotion will begin online on May 17th and be open to all visiting the Castelle website at http://www.castelleluxury.com/biltmore. The grand prize will be a handcrafted garden bench from the Estate Collection inspired by the architectural design and classic lattice work elements found on the grand Loggia and Library Terrace of Biltmore House. The promotion will end on October 7th.

“Artistry has always been at the core of the design and fabrication of all Castelle outdoor furnishings,” said Mark Stephens, President, Castelle/Pride Family Brands. “The connection of this promotion with the renowned architecture of Richard Morris Hunt and Fredrick Law Olmsted in the historic garden setting creates a collaboration that is suited to our brand and our equally skilled artisans. Our entire team is proud to add our product to this historic area.”

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