A Program With Promise

One of the most common ways people learn about the Garden Tower® 2 vertical planting system is through word of mouth referrals. Last weekend, one of our founders overheard two people at the farmers market talking about their Garden Tower® 2 planting systems.

We are always looking for new ways to grow. That’s why we are excited to introduce the Garden Tower Project Affiliate Program. Our affiliate program is perfect for anyone who is excited to spread the word about the Garden Tower® 2 planting system and gather lucrative rewards.

About the Affiliate Program

The affiliate program is free to join, requires no inventory, and very little technical knowledge!

We’ve put together a starter kit of downloadable resources to help you succeed. It includes business cards, fliers, web banners, logos, and photographs. Affiliates are paid commissions on each Garden Tower® 2 system sold. We track sales with a custom coupon code and a unique link that can be shared through email, Facebook, or other means. We have a special phone line just for affiliates from Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm EST.

An affiliate-focused business model has a lean structure, and helps keep economic exchange local and within the power of individuals. We prefer this to a larger-scale model for growth where several middlemen are taking a portion of each sale. If you would like to become a Garden Tower Affiliate, fill out our application and get started right away! We’ve had a great week with our pilot-program affiliates. They are already generating sales and earning commissions.

We really appreciate your support, and look forward to the promise this new program brings for The Garden Tower Project, our affiliates, and all those who are then able to grow healthy, local, organic food!

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