Athena continues exclusive partnership with Way To Grow

"We’re excited to continue expanding our brands together in offering premium products"

Athena, a vertically integrated formulator, manufacturer of liquid and dry fertilizer blends designed for commercial cultivators, announces their continued partnership with Way To Grow, a Fort Collins, Colorado-headquartered chain of hydroponic and organic gardening supply stores.

Athena is distributed exclusively in Colorado by Way To Grow and their five locations; Colorado Springs, Boulder, Fort Collins, Central Denver, and North Denver. The Way To Grow team exemplifies trust with growers throughout the state of Colorado and prides itself in providing excellent customer service, extensive hydroponics knowledge, and specialty commercial producer services. “We are grateful for our strategic partnership with Athena and the shared mission to put the success of growers first. It is our pleasure to offer Athena as a leader in plant nutrition and garden health. We’re excited to continue expanding our brands together in offering premium products and services.” said Corey Inniss, founder of Way To Grow.

Athena values their relationship with Hydro stores throughout the nation and across other countries. Building an exclusive partnership and successfully implementing their nutrient program into the respected Colorado market and outward to the Colorado cultivators in alignment with Way To Grow bridges any gaps in service, availability, and knowledge in all aspects.  “We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Way to Grow in the Colorado market. Their renewed focus on supporting commercial growers aligns deeply with our mission to provide the best fertilizer and pest control solutions to cultivators with fast delivery and exceptional customer service.” Stated Robert Schneider, General Manager of Athena.

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