Frux Home and Yard is Rebranding Under a New Logo Identity

Frux Home and Yard is rebranding and they're starting with a brand new logo. This is part of their efforts to build reputation and trust.

Las Vegas, NV, United States - October 17, 2019 —

One of the leading international supplier of first-class kitchen and home improvement items, Frux Home and Yard, is shaking things up with a freshly designed logo. The previous green and dark grey logo will be replaced with a white FHY logo embedded on a bright green background. The said change will be inaugurated next month, August 2019, and will be live in all Frux Home and Yard channels including their website, Amazon product pages, and social media platforms.

To inspire and be inspired by sharing ideas and tips that enrich homes and lives — this is what Frux Home and Yard lives by. As a family-owned business, they focus primarily on providing excellent customer service by constantly interacting and sharing ideas that will make living better and more convenient for families.

“Frux Home and Yard is a company built by a family for families. Our team judges ourselves not by the money we make, but by the relationships we build. In line with this, we’re constantly improving our brand and improvising our products. Apart from replacing our old logo, we’re bound to add more exceptional items to our product line and we can’t wait to show the brilliant things they can do for your home. We’re going to announce the updates very soon so stay tuned”, says Mike MacDonald, Frux Home and Yard’s Media Representative.

To know more about Frux Home and Yard and their kitchen and home improvement product range, visit or their social media accounts @fruxhomeandyard.






About Us: Frux Home and Yard is one of the leading manufacturer of premium home and kitchen items on Amazon.

Contact Info:
Name: Mike MacDonald
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Organization: Frux Home and Yard
Address: 3651 Lindell Road, Suite D, Las Vegas, NV, 89103, United States
Phone: 1-888-410-2340

Release ID: 88928898

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