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GrowUp LLC Partners with RW Advertising to Launch the Grow Up! Hydrogarden™, Grow Up Hydrogarden Makes Growing Healthy, Fresh Produce Simple and Fun Again

April 5, 2013

Grow Up! Hydrogarden eliminates back breaking weeding, tilling, daily watering and many of the costs of traditional gardening. GrowUp LLC partners with RW Advertising to launch the unique Grow Up Hydro Garden system designed to allow beautiful fresh produce to be grown almost anywhere.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 05, 2013

Hydroponic gardening has been around for decades and is being used throughout the country including in some 5 star hotels to bring the freshest produce to the table. Now Grow Up LLC introduces the Grow Up! Hydrogarden. Their mission is to perfect hydroponic gardening and to enable those with or without a green thumb a foolproof way to grow their own produce almost anywhere. Grow Up LLC has partnered with RW Advertising to launch a National Infomercial featuring the Grow Up! Hydrogarden. The show was filmed in RW Advertising’s Chicagoland studio and began airing Nationally and in local Broadcast markets this month. “I liked the concept from the start but it wasn´t until I saw the product in use that I felt this was a no brainer for TV. We´ve produced and are now placing the national ads and seeing results!” says Sean Ryan RW Advertising, Inc.

Grow Up! Hydrogarden provides eco-friendly and sustainable gardening at the highest efficiency. No runoff, no harmful chemicals, and uses 90% less water and space. It takes up a small footprint so from a balcony to a backyard… from a roof top to a pool deck… Grow Up! Hydrogarden works almost anywhere! This portable garden is simple to assemble and can be moved for maximum sun exposure, and is storable in dangerous weather. Grow Up is easy to use and there’s no weeding, no bending, no daily watering, no dirty hands and knees, and you can garden while standing. Grow up is a fun tool to start kids off right by making homemade baby food with the harvest. Teach the value of nutrition, encourage whole food, and enjoy the experience of gardening together. Grow Up provides fresh food at your finger tips to enjoy better tasting, vitamin rich LIVE food that´s bursting with flavor and nutrition.

Grow Up! Hydrogarden is the most affordable system of its kind on the market. Using Grow Up saves time and money. The average health conscience consumer spends $35 per week on green produce. That´s nearly $2000 per year….and even more if they buy organic. Bank the savings while growing healthy, fresh produce almost anywhere! “We’re very proud to be involved with Grow Up LLC on this project. Lawn and Garden products and services are a $24 Billion dollar industry and we believe that the Grow Up! Hydrogarden can have a significant place in this segment. It provides a valuable solution to gardeners and non-gardeners alike.”, said Alan Woods of RW Advertising.

About Grow Up LLC:

Grow Up LLC is an Orlando, FL based company and maker of the Grow Up! Hydrogarden. Grow Up is proudly manufactured in the USA of durable, food-grade, UV-protected plastic, designed for years of outdoor use. It is the most affordable system of its kind on the market. The Grow Up! Hydrogarden recently won the Green Thumb Award at the 2013 Central Florida Home and Garden Show.

About RW Advertising, Inc.:

RW Advertising specializes in Infomercials and short form DRTV campaigns. Offering a complete campaign service including TV Production, Media Management, and results tracking has been its strength since day one. RW has been in the business since 2003 and was just recognized by INC Magazine as one of the fastest growing companies. RW media buying services and award winning production combined are what separate them from the rest. RW´s resume has been established with well known names in various categories in the Direct Response sector working with The ProUnit, Ronco, Masterbuilt, Butterball, BSP Pharma, 5Linx, Gror Up LLC and many more.

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