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Eye-catching Sponeck line brings luxury to outdoor living

Backyards have come a long way from simply housing your garden with the odd plastic stackable chair serving as the sole décor. Nowadays, people are looking to capture the beauty and comfort of indoor environments and re-create them for the perfect outdoor living space. Achieving the “in-out” lifestyle just got easier thanks to Eternit’s extensive line of outdoor planters, accessories and furniture, most notably- the elegant Sponeck line.

Combing comfort, luxury and an artistic flair, the Sponeck Chair is a hit with both high-end designers and landscape contractors looking to make an outdoor space stand out above the rest. In terms of comfort, the Sponeck Chair is an excellent lounging chair with a great low siteline, ideal for cottages, poolside patios and balconies as the seat gets you underneath the railing; maximizing your view.

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Add some flair to your outdoor space with top-of-the-line planters

The outdoor space of a home is a blank canvas to display creativity. Adding a few outdoor planters can transform a front porch or backyard patio into a beautiful and colourful oasis. If you are looking to boost your home’s curb appeal or bring some life back to a drab backyard space, now is the time to take advantage of Landmark’s Summer Sale on Eternit Planters.

On now until August 31st,10 of Eternit’s most exclusive planters are on 35% Off. Made in Switzerland, the selected sale pieces are designed by award winning European designers and are handmade by local artisan’s whose signature can be found on each piece. Your outdoor space is sure to stand out with Eternit’s bold designs.

Victoria Day Landmark

The Landmark by Crozier office will be closed on May 19th, 2014 (Monday) to celebrate Victoria Day.

We will respond to all messages as soon as possible upon our return.

Wishing you a bright and wonderful Victoria Day long weekend!

In honour of Queen Victoria's birthday(May 24), here’s some Victoria Day Fun Facts:

1. The earliest postage stamps in the world were the Penny Black of the United Kingdom and had the head of Queen Victoria on them.They were first used on May 6, 1840.

2. As a kid, Queen Victoria was trained to keep her chin up. To help her out, holly was put under her collar to irritate her if she put her chin down.

3. Victoria’s mom spoke German at home and even though she ruled England for 64 years, Victoria never learned to speak perfect English.

4. Queen Victoria was the last teenager to rule England.

5. Some cities celebrate this day with fireworks in the evening.

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For the second year,Crozier Enterprises is sponsoring Lights Camera Imagine's annual Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament held May 22nd in Toronto, in support of Sick Kids Foundation

The poker tournament and silent auction starts at 6 p.m. and will be held at Brassaii Restaurant and Lounge in downtown Toronto.

Proceeds from the event go towards two charities including Lights Camera Imagine, a nationally registered charity dedicated to providing unforgettable memories of the performing and visual arts to children who may be faced with life threatening illnesses across Canada. The second recipient is Sick Kids Foundation, whose mission is to inspire communities to invest in health and scientific advances to improve the lives of Canadian children and their families.

For more information or to secure your seat around the poker table, visit:

http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/2nd-annual-texas-holdem-poker-tournament-supporting-lights-camera-imagine-tickets-10636671571?aff=eorg.

Don't forget to "know when to hold 'em,know when to fold 'em!"

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Neenah Foundry Tactile Walking Surface Indicators provide alerts for secure crossing

The life of a pedestrian trying to navigate through the city can prove challenging at times. On any given day, a simple walk can include jumping over potholes, dodging construction materials and avoiding cars that seem to come out of nowhere. For a person with vision loss, the list of potential hazards is even longer.

Landmark by Crozier, a Canadian supplier for high end site furnishings and construction castings, recognizes this need for increased safety measures. The Landmark team are actively providing Neenah Foundry’s Tactile Walking Surface Indicators (TWSI’s) to municipalities across Ontario to better alert those with visual impairments of upcoming street crossings. These textured TWSI’s, sometimes referred to as Detectable Warning Plates (DWP’s), have been instrumental in notifying people with vision loss of any upcoming dangers prior to stepping out on the street.


 
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Join Landmark by Crozier at the 2014 National Business Improvement Association (BIA) Conference, April 27-29 at the Hamilton Convention Centre.

Please take some time to stop by Booth #4 to meet the Landmark team.

The conference, hosted by the Ontario Business Improvement Area Association (OBIAA), kicks off this Sunday at 4 p.m. Our team will be on hand providing information about our high end site furnishings and construction castings. Chat with our expert sales associates to learn how we can enhance your landscape.

For more information or to arrange a specific time to chat, visit our Landmark Contact Page.

See you in Hamilton!


HappyEaster Landmark  

Wishing you a warm and wonderful Easter and a happy Spring!

Please note our offices will be closed for Good Friday (Friday, April 18th) and will reopen on Monday, April 21st. We will respond to all messages as soon as possible upon our return. 

Happy Easter to All!

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2014 marks milestone anniversary for Canada’s Crozier Enterprises

Crozier Enterprises, a leading Canadian distributor of playground equipment, splash pads, sports goals and high-end commercial site furnishings, is celebrating 30 years of business in Canada.

Founded in 1984, Crozier started from humble beginnings as a one-man operation out of Winnipeg, MB and has since expanded to two, fully staffed offices in Winnipeg and downtown Toronto. With a commitment to providing superior turnkey service and installation for both its Play! and Landmark divisions, Crozier continues to experience substantial growth and industry recognition.

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The City of Toronto is asking the public for their opinions. At the intersection of Victoria and Shuter Street is a pilot project to help the City decide on what standard they should adopt for pedestrian warning plates on their sidewalk surfaces. Pedestrian warning plates help alert people with visual impairments of the upcoming street crossing. The location was chosen by the city for a large amount of foot traffic.

For the month of July, Landmark is featuring their Eternit planters, chairs and tables at the Design Time Pop-up Store by Remote Stylist in Lake Rosseau, Muskoka. In the heart of cottage country Ontario, you can go and see this fully renovated 6500 square foot cottage stocked with the hottest furnishings and decor for FREE! A long list of high quality manufacturers are showcased in this pop-up store, all designed by renowned designers at Remote Stylist - an online interior design firm based in New York.

The cottage is open daily Monday to Sunday from 10am - 5pm. Located at 1247 Rosseau Road 3, Unit 11, Rosseau, Ontario (Just off Hwy. 141).

Be sure to stop by for some of their special events: grand opening party, wine tasting, brunch, italian dinner, cooking class, lobster night and painting class.

To learn more, please visit http://designtime.remotestylist.com/index.php

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