Add Life to your Street with Hanging Basket Brackets that can be made to your specifications. We feature a full line of outdoor hanging flower baskets and lamp post brackets made from the highest quality materials. Our most popular item is the 20" Scroll Arm Lamp Post Bracket mounted onto a light pole. These brackets along with our 22" Diameter Hanging basket make an exceptionally impressive visual appearance when placed on numerous light poles down one street. Another popular option is the Wall Mounted One Way Hanging Basket Scroll Bracket. It provides a beautiful handmade iron piece that compliments that hanging basket. It is sized to fit 16", 18" and 22" diameter hanging baskets.
When ordering outdoor hanging flower baskets that will mount on poles we will need to know the diameter of your pole as each bracket is made to fit your specific pole. And don't worry if your poles are tapered or fluted, we can handle those situations too. All of our pole mounted brackets and lamp post brackets come with matching black hardware.
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Below is a press release from a typical customer of our Hanging Basket Brackets and Hanging Baskets (the second picture above shows one of their 2-Way Scroll Arm Lamp Post Bracket mounted on a light pole as a 22" Basket is being installed:
Martinsburg- Berkeley County CVB
Sponsors Queen Street Beautification Project
MARTINSBURG, WV - The Martinsburg-Berkeley County Convention and Visitors Bureau have launched a downtown beautification project in historic, downtown Martinsburg.
The Convention and Visitors Bureau sponsored 36 hanging baskets in downtown Martinsburg along Queen Street . The City of Martinsburg contributed laborers from the public works department to install the baskets. The project approved by the Martinsburg City Council in June and is designed to beautify the downtown for visitor and local enjoyment.
"In addition to bringing more vibrancy to downtown, the flower baskets compliment the efforts of Main Street Martinsburg and the numerous new restaurants and shops opening downtown. We hope that residents in Martinsburg are inspired to decorate their homes with beautiful floral displays, making the local community and the City as a whole, a better place to visit, live and work." said CVB executive director, Andrea Ball.
Ball further explained that the MBCCVB plans to pursue a national America In Bloom designation for 2008 and hopes to inspire even more volunteer participation next spring by including garden clubs and green thumbed volunteers in the planting and tending the florals.
The Martinsburg-Berkeley County Convention & Visitors Bureau advances the awareness of our area's resources and special events and is committed to increasing visibility and visitation to the area's business, historical, educational and cultural endeavors. The Visitors Center , relocating to 115 N. Queen Street in August is open seven days a week and can be found online at www.travelwv.com.
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