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Decco supports Britain's Best Retailer Award for the fourth consecutive year

Published: 7 September 2007
Decco is to continue to recognise the achievements of diy, hardware and housewares retailers, through Britain’s Best Retailer Awards 2007.
Decco supports Britain's Best Retailer Award for the fourth consecutive year
For four years, Decco has sponsored Britain's Best Retailer Awards, organised by DIY Week, Hardware & Garden Review, and Housewares Magazine.

As part of its commitment to helping retailers develop their businesses, the company has agreed to continue to support the Awards again this year.

Charlie Lacey, supplier relations manager, said: "We continue to support Britain's Best Retailer Award as we recognise the importance of retailers showcasing their expertise on a national level.”

He added: "I am confident the standards of the entrants will be outstanding. I hope the awards will recognise the retailers who are passionate about the substantial development and innovation needed to ensure our industry prospers, there is a good chance some of our customers could be winners.”

More than 350 people including retailers, suppliers and honoured guests, attended an awards ceremony last year.

Eleven retailers will receive an award for their outstanding contributions to home enhancement retailing ranging from management, training, and trading performance.

The Britain's Best Retailer Awards 2007 ceremony will take place at The Hilton Manchester Deansgate, on Wednesday November 7, 2007.

The organisers – DIY Week, Hardware & Garden Review, and Housewares Magazine – are still accepting applications for the awards.

For further information on the awards, contact Elanor Sayers at elanor.sayers@fav-house.com

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