A New Blog Post From Frux Home and Yard Features Their Newest Video of Their Bestselling Picnic Backpack Set

June 06, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Frux Home and Yard’s Picnic Backpack Set has recently been featured in a video. The video demonstrates the features and benefits of the bestselling backpack set, which contains dinnerware, cutlery, and all picnic lovers need for a whole outdoor dining experience. The 46-second video is now ready for viewing on YouTube and has now garnered over 17,000 views since its launch.

Last week, FHY has posted a new blog post, centering the focus on the picnic backpack set and its distinguishing characteristics.

">As seen in the video, the Picnic Backpack Set is built with efficient and appealing design, padded back and arm straps for comfort, and convenient storage that keeps food and drinks hot or cold for hours. The set includes cutlery, napkins, an outdoor family blanket, dinnerware, wine glasses, a cutting board and knife, and others and is good for up to 4 people. The said blog post is now published on Frux Home and Yard’s blog, complete with the YouTube video and the top reviews about the all-in-one Picnic Backpack Set.

About Frux Home and Yard

Established in 2014, Frux Home and Yard is now one of Amazon’s top-rated sellers in the Patio, Lawn, and Garden category. They are best known for their high-quality products including indoor and outdoor lighting products such as string lights and flameless tea lights, kitchen accessories, oven mitts and now, the picnic backpack.

The brand’s commitment is providing satisfaction in every transaction, that’s why they always pay special attention to buyers' feedback, no matter if it’s positive or negative.

Interested buyers can now view all products and their features and other relevant details by visiting Frux Home and Yard’s website or Amazon storefront.

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For more information about Frux Home and Yard, contact the company here:

Frux Home and Yard
Mike MacDonald
1-888-410-2340
media@fruxhomeandyard.com
3651 Lindell Road Suite D117 Las Vegas, NV 89103

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