Gardbags and Foden's enter into a long term strategic partnership

Posted by Mark Wlikinson on 31 January 2022

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Gardbags, the leading manufacturer of innovative speciality bags for the global music industry, and Foden's are pleased to announce they have entered into a strategic partnership. In doing so, Gardbags will provide special-edition Foden's-branded bags to support the band.

This exclusive relationship commenced in 2018 when Gardbags provided a full compliment of Cornet bags from their Elite series.

After receiving a phenomenal response for the cornet bags, Gardbags started designing a new line of special-edition Foden's-branded bags for trombones. The new trombone bag features the Gard Elite series in black cow leather accented with red Ferrari leather and golden stitching to highlight the Foden's colours. These bags also include a detachable sheet music folder case attached with a YKK vislon zipper.

With their continued support, Gardbags aspires to bring awareness and support to the music industry, which has been affected by the ongoing pandemic-induced closures. With Foden's musical forte and rich history as one of the World's leading bands, Gardbags aims to drive more impact and gain increased worldwide exposure for Foden's.

About Gardbags:

GardBags is an important and thriving segment of the Talwar company (Talwar Brothers Pvt. Ltd), located in Kolkata, India. Talwar Brothers Pvt. Ltd. presides over four distinct lines of business: Gardbags - bags, cases, and wheelies for brasswind and woodwind instruments; AcuraMeister - premium fittings for violin, viola, cello and guitars; Takt - best-in-class symphony conducting batons made of exotic woods and other top-quality materials and featuring beautiful inlays; and OEM bags for brasswinds and woodwinds and parts for violin.

For more information, visit https://www.gardbags.com/

For any conductor and every audience, Foden’s Band is a musical Magic Carpet. It continually takes the listener to places that few other ensembles rarely even approach Howard Snell