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Britannia takes its biggest ever stand at Grand Designs Live

28TH AUGUST 2013
If you’re looking for inspiration for a design, build or renovation project, Grand Designs Live is the place for you!

 

The show, which takes place at the Birmingham NEC, runs for three days from 4th – 6th October and features more than 500 exhibitors. Based on the popular Channel 4 television series, Grand Designs Live is split into six different areas: Grand Gardens, Grand Kitchens & Bathrooms, Grand Build, Grand Technology, Grand Interiors and Grand Food & Housewares.

 

We’ll be exhibiting at the show for our eighth consecutive year - this year from our biggest stand ever, featuring a selection of products from our three brands; Britannia, Bertazzoni and BEST designer cooker hoods.

 

Our display will showcase range cookers from all four of our new product families; Delphi, Fleet, Q Line and Wyre. We’ll feature the show-stopping Delphi range cooker in gloss red, alongside the complementary gloss red Montana American fridge-freezer to demonstrate how these eye-catching appliances could brighten up your kitchen.

 

We’ll also have stylish Master and Professional Series range cookers on display from Italian brand Bertazzoni and an exclusive selection of wall-mounted, pendant and ceiling cooker hoods from BEST.

 

Our marketing manager Michael Dewhurst said: “Grand Designs Live consistently attracts tens of thousands of visitors and we are thrilled to be exhibiting again this year. It represents a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase our brands and speak to consumers seeking high-quality appliances.

 

“If you’re considering purchasing a Britannia product, the show offers a rare opportunity to see a number of our range cookers, cooker hoods and our American fridge-freezer in one place. We’d urge you to visit the show and come and speak to us on stand K54 to find out more!”

 

To learn more about Grand Designs Live, and to buy your tickets, visit: www.granddesignslive.com

 

By Karen Howarth



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