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Another year of sponsorship for Brintex

Published: 7 September 2007
Brintex has confirmed another year of support for Britain’s Best Retailer Awards.
Another year of sponsorship for Brintex
Brintex will sponsor the reception.

Britain's Best Retailer Awards recognises retailers' outstanding contribution to business performance in the diy, garden and housewares market sectors.

"Brintex is delighted to be supporting the 'Britain's Best Retailer Awards' for another year. The Awards and the Manchester event has quickly become a key networking occasion for the industry which we are very happy to be involved with," commented, DIY & Garden Show and Totally Tools show director, James Murray.

"It is appropriate we should applaud the highest levels of innovation and excellence in retailing in today's challenging trading environment."

Britain's Best Retailer Awards 2007 – in association with DIY Week, Hardware & Garden Review, and Housewares Magazine – will present 11 awards, acknowledging an array of achievements that have been made within the industry throughout the past year.

Award entries are now being invited. Contact Elanor Sayers on 020 8651 7158 or e-mail elanor.sayers@fav-house.com

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