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Wade Ceramics returns as Britain’s Best Cookshop sponsor

Published: 7 September 2007
The organisers of Britain’s Best Retailer Awards are pleased to announce the return of Wade Ceramics – sponsors of Britain’s Best Cookshop.
Wade Ceramics returns as Britain’s Best Cookshop sponsor
The award recognises all-round excellence in retailing; for retailers taking an extra step with their businesses; for retailers who are displaying imagination and creativity.

And above all, Britain's Best Retailer Awards acknowledges those retailers that refuse to stand still, and are willing to make significant efforts to improve their business during the course of a year.

"In our first year, Wade Ceramics sponsored tables with Ovation salt and pepper condiments. The second year we were invited to attend the event by Faversham House – and a good time was had by all," said Paul Farmer, managing director.

"This year, Wade Ceramics is returning as Britain's Best Cookshop sponsor.

"We felt we would like to make a gesture to all of the cookshops for their endless efforts to maintain and enhance the kitchenware market.

Wade Ceramics and Jane Asher will be presenting the Award to Britain's Best Cookshop for its excellence in retailing and taking that extra step with creativity and imagination within their stores.

The Wade boss is keen to recognise this dedication and devotion and is, itself, committed to the kitchenware market and forecasts more new and exciting products for 2008.

Nominate

Retailers can nominate themselves or be nominated by their peers in the industry.

The awards will be handed out at a gala dinner on Wednesday November 7, 2007.

During the dinner, guests can be sure the evening will provide many laughs and quality entertainment.

Entries for the awards can be sent in hard copy to:
Elanor Sayers,
Britain's Best Retailer Awards,
Faversham House Group
232a Addington Road
South Croydon
CR2 8LE

Further details can be found at www.diyweek.net/bbra

Kindly contact Elanor Sayers on 020 8651 7138 or email elanor.sayers@fav-house.com for any queries.

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