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Home Hardware Scotland holds first ever Christmas window display competition

Published: 11 December 2017 - Kiran Grewal

Home Hardware Scotland held its first ever Christmas window competition for its members shops and were "delighted with the response and the high level of entries". The entries were put to a vote to the office staff at Home Hardware and the winner was Sandy Gibb Stuart’s shop windows in Bridge of Weir. 

He was presented with a Turntable prize at Home Hardware's Members Meeting on Tuesday 28 November by marketing manager Irene Cross.

Mr Gibb also won the yearly prize draw of a £500 order credit at the same meeting.

 

 

one example of the four winning shop window displays from Sandy Gibb Stuart
one example of the four winning shop window displays from Sandy Gibb Stuart's in Bridge of Weir



 

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