(PRWEB UK) 27 September 2013
The latest Conservatory Outlet Network event took place at the luxury Carden Park Country Resort in Chester where the dealer network congregated on Friday 13th September for a weekend that saw business successfully mixed with pleasure.
Joining Conservatory Outlet directors Greg Kane and Michael Giscombe were over 60 people from the 23 company strong installer network who, in between being well fed and watered, enjoyed golf and country pursuit activities, while others chose to make the most of a luxury on-site spa.
After a day meeting new acquaintances and catching up with old ones, Conservatory Outlet’s guests attended a formal dinner on Saturday 14th September during which Greg Kane laid out his short, medium and long term plans for the Network which include one or two very imminent additions, before a period of consolidation and then a concerted push towards nationwide coverage. The same night also saw each Conservatory Outlet Dealer presented with an engraved showroom plaque to recognise the close fabricator-installer partnership.
Trophies were also awarded to members of the +95% Club, made up of those dealers who have achieved an average customer satisfaction score exceeding 95% since Conservatory Outlet launched its online customer review centre 12 months ago. Eight companies received the award as the more recently joined dealers such as Amber Home Improvements, Pennine Home Improvements and TradeMark Windows & Conservatories witnessed how long-standing members continue to benefit from being part of the network which has doubled in size in less than three years.
Formal proceedings closed and award winning singer, Jennie Sawdon, took to the stage to entertain for the rest of the evening as a professional photographer captured the best of the night’s action.
"Certainly over the past couple of years we’ve hosted a lot of predominantly business orientated events for our dealers, so we felt that the time was right to thank our customers for their continued support by inviting them to something a little less strenuous," said Greg Kane.
"The timing of the event was opportune as it allowed us to introduce, for the first time, a number of very high profile additions to the Network."