ReBath Northeast to Hold Exhibit at 157th Annual Bloomsburg Fair

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ReBath Northeast will have a display set up at the annual Bloomsburg Fair and anyone who stops by will be given a coupon for $350 off any ReBath system. ReBath staff will be collecting information from people who want estimates on their bathroom. The booth will be located in the industrial building, near gate C. The Bloomsburg Fair runs from Sept. 22-29.

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People in our area know the ReBath name, but not everyone realizes that we can remodel the entire bathroom and have it done in just three days. We want to talk to people and let them know that we are the company you want for your full bathroom remodel.

The 157th annual Bloomsburg Fair will be underway on September 22 and ReBath Northeast will have members of their knowledgeable staff on hand to answer questions and show off their acrylic shower display.

Located in the industrial building near gate C, ReBath Northeast will have a walk-in shower and bathroom display set up for fairgoers to see. ReBath Northeast staff will be prepared to answer any questions fair attendees may have and they will be giving out informational pamphlets for people to take home.

Owner Rich Rome hopes the display at the fair will make people aware that ReBath Northeast now does full bathroom remodeling. He also wants customers to know that the Design Center, in Forty Fort, now has a great interactive tool to help people design their bathroom and actually see what it will look like.

“At the fair, we have the opportunity to speak with people from all over our territory,” Rome said. “Most people in our area know the ReBath name, but not everyone realizes that we can remodel the entire bathroom and have it done in just three days. We want to talk to people and let them know that we are the company you want for your full bathroom remodel.”

Through years of experience, Rome and the staff at ReBath Northeast have realized that it is not easy for customers to visualize their new bathroom and that is exactly why Rome designed and built a replica bathroom in the Design Center. Customers can choose all of the colors and styles they want to see in their bathroom and then actually put all the pieces together on the replica to see what it will look like when their bathroom is done.

“We know how difficult it is to choose colors and styles for a remodel and not be able to see what they look like together,” Rome said. “We want people to come into the Design Center and use this tool to see how beautiful their bathroom could look.”

ReBath associates will be working at the booth the entire week of the fair and will be collecting people’s information to set up free in-home estimates. Anyone who stops by the ReBath booth will also receive a coupon for $350 off a ReBath system.

Though the ReBath Northeast booth is a great stop at the fair, some people may want to actually see all of the ReBath colors and designs in person. Rome wants to remind everyone that they can always stop by the Design Center to ask questions and build their brand new bathroom.

The Bloomsburg Fair will open on Sept. 22 and run through Sept. 29.

About ReBath Northeast:
ReBath Northeast is a franchise of ReBath LLC, which sells patented DuraBath SSP™ acrylic products. ReBath Northeast is a bathroom remodeling company that specializes in the tub and shower area, installing tub and shower replacements, bathtub liners, tub to shower conversions, barrier-free showers and walk-in tubs in as little as one day. ReBath Northeast can also remodel the rest of the bathroom in as little as two days. The service areas are located throughout Eastern Pennsylvania including the towns of Reading, Rome, Perkaise, Plains, Montgomery, Paupak, Wrights View, Bethany, Weatherly, Oxford, Ashland, Effort, Ambler, Shenandoah, Great Bend, Beaumont, Pleasant Grove, Beavertown, Bangor, Danville, Unionville, Moscow, Landsowne and Millbourne. For more information about the services ReBath Northeast offers, visit http://www.rebathnortheast.com.

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