We’ve grown over 10% in the last year whilst most of our trade customers have seen an average drop of 35% in sales
(PRWEB) March 17, 2010
The KBB Show missed a year in 2009 (due to the economic downturn) so with 2 years pent-up demand organisers are expecting a whopping 60,000+ visitors to descend on the NEC over the four days between 21st March – 24th March 2010.
The KBB Show is in its 25th year this year, so it’s a well-established event that has invited the cream of the Kitchen and Bathroom industry players including the team at Sinks.co.uk, online home to Brass & Traditional Sinks Limited.
Managing Director, Stephen Thompson, says, “We’ve been working longer hours than usual recently, all gearing up for the KBB Birmingham Show at the NEC and we’ve set up shop for the whole period. We're on Stand F29 in Hall 19 - trying to catch the attention of the 60,000-plus people expected this year!"
“We’re showcasing our newly expanded range of ceramic, stainless steel, copper and natural granite sinks – we’ll also be showing off the brand new range of products that we’re launching this year."
“We’re pretty confident everything’s going to run smoothly – we’ve got a really big stall, we’ve got the stand ready to load on to the truck, complete with all our most popular kitchen sinks and taps, and we’ve got the staff on board who are all raring to go."
“It’s an exciting time for Sinks.co.uk as we’ve grown over 10% in the last year whilst most of our trade customers have seen an average drop of 35% in sales. Hopefully the return of the KBB Show signals new found confidence in the industry.”
Some of the exclusive products to look out for from Sinks.co.uk include:
- Big, beautiful quality Franke Kindred Stainless Steel Sinks from Canada
- Three brand new modern Fireclay Sinks from Harsa, including a huge French Farmhouse style single bowl Belfast, a stylish and practical large double bowl undermount and an improved version of their popular Bistro Ceramic Sinks
- Their range of large versatile Fireclay Sinks from Porcher and ranges from Villeroy and Boch, Ideal Standard and Shaws of Darwen
- Taps from Perrin & Rowe, Brass & Traditional Sinks and terrific designer Italian Stainless Steel Taps from MGS. Also there’s going o be some stunning Pot Fillers from Perrin & Rowe and Harsa.
Anyone visiting the KBB Show Birmingham are advised to check out Stand F29 – Stephen Thompson, along with his team of sink and tap experts, will be there in person to answer any questions and give advice on anything sinks-related.
Plus, he’s handing out free mini bottles of sparkling wine – the perfect antidote to a long day scouring the stalls at the KBB – and inviting everyone to follow them at http://twitter.com/TheSinkExperts.