Scotts of Stow
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|Founded||In 1991 in Stow-on-the-Wold|
|Headquarters||Stow-on-the-Wold, United Kingdom|
|Products||Homeware, Kitchenware, Bedding and Garden & Outdoors|
Scotts of Stow is the flagship brand of the mail order company Scotts & Co. that sells homeware, kitchenware, bedding and garden and outdoors. Scotts of Stow has two shops in its founding location; Stow-on-the-Wold in the Cotswolds
Robert Scott, an American businessman, moved to the UK in 1963 as national sales manager for the shaver company Remington Products. After working his way up in a number of large companies in the UK, Robert Scott became semi-retired and moved to the Cotswolds and founded Scotts of Stow in 1991.
In 1996, the company was bought by Nigel Swabey, who runs the company alongside a range of other home catalogues including Cucina under the umbrella name Scotts & Co. Scotts of Stow remains the flagship company of the parent group.
Scotts of Stow is mentioned by Jeremy Clarkson in QI, where he states that his wife is a fan and they own various pieces purchased from Scotts.
The Scotts of Stow Head Office is based in Groundwell, Swindon, Wiltshire near to the Cotswolds. Its main customer-facing store is located in Stow-on-the-Wold in the Cotswolds. The Head Office grounds are also home to its UK warehouse and discount outlet store. Scotts of Stow launch a new range in their catalogues and online 4 times a year.
On 14 December 2008 Scotts of Stow featured in a BBC News online article titled 'How Christmas works: Presents' and outlined the steps involved in shipping up to three million items ordered by customers in the run up to Christmas from their head office in Swindon.
On 8 January 2015 Scotts of Stow launched a 60 second TV commercial featuring over 200 products from the Scotts of Stow range  and was advertised on ITV3, ITV Encore, Sky News and True Entertainment, daily until 31 January 2015.
|Award||Awarding Body||Year Awarded|
|Annual Sales of £15 - £30 million B2C||ECMOD Awards||2015|
|Annual Sales of £15 - £30 million B2C||ECMOD Awards||2013|
|Business-to-consumer awards : Homewares||ECMOD Awards||2008|
|Business-to-consumer awards : Homewares||ECMOD Awards||2007|