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InSinkErator sponsors kbbreview awards

InSinkErator® is sponsoring the Kitchen Showroom of the Year category, for the eighth consecutive year, at the kbbreview Retail & Design Awards 2020.

The kbbreview Retail & Design Awards, now in its 26th year, honours and celebrates the pioneers and hard-working members of the kitchen and bathroom industry. The winners of the 15 award categories, including Kitchen Showroom of the Year, Kitchen Retailer of the Year and Kitchen Customer Service of the Year, will be announced at a spectacular awards ceremony, to be held at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole on 2nd March 2020.

The Kitchen Showroom of the Year category is designed to recognise the very best in kitchen showroom layout and design, and four finalists have been shortlisted for the award. The shortlisted finalists are, Stephen Graver based in Wiltshire, Kitchens International, Edinburgh, KC Design House of Huddersfield and The Myers Touch from Winchester.

Anne Kaarlela, Marketing Communications Manager, Europe and Russia InSinkErator®, says: “Kitchen showrooms play a huge part in the success of InSinkErator® and therefore we are delighted to support the event and sponsor the Kitchen Showroom of the Year category again in 2020. We are very much looking forward to the awards evening in March and all that it entails.

“We are sponsoring the Kitchen Showroom of the Year category at the kbbreview Awards as it not only supports the finalists and organisers, it is also a great opportunity to raise the awareness of InSinkErator® and its range of products within the industry.”

For more information on InSinkErator® products, please consult your Account Manager or visit the website at https://insinkerator.emerson.com/en-gb

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