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BiKBBI calls for retailers to ‘Get on the Bus!’

Published: 6 December 2019 - Neil Mead
 

The British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom & Bathroom Installation (BiKBBI) is once again partnering with KBB, the premier industry trade show held between 1 and 4 March 2020 at the NEC Birmingham, and is calling upon independent retailers to ‘Get on the Bus’!

In a change to more traditional exhibition stand, BiKBBI plan to drive a bright red London Routemaster bus into the exhibition hall, hosting a series of themed events from the iconic British double-decker, which has been kindly sponsored by Victoria Plum Trade.

BiKBBI’s attendance will include a series of events aimed at its audience, including live social media broadcasting, press awareness sessions and an open invite to independent retailers to find out more about the new Protected initiative and partnership with the institute.

Communications manager, Nicole Mercer, commented: “We cannot wait to attend the event in March and we’re expecting to share some exciting news as part of the event. Our live broadcasting was a huge success in 2018, with over 1.8m views internationally. We’re also using the opportunity to connect with retailers and share details of the Protected initiative.”

Nicole went onto say: “It’s time to get on the bus and we look forward to welcoming you aboard, and we’d also like to thank Victoria Plum Trade for their support… ding ding."

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