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HT Perry wins Home Hardware's Christmas window dressing competition

Published: 30 November 2018 - Kiran Grewal

Home Hardware has announced that HT Perry (Wellington) has won this year’s Christmas Window Dressing Competition. Watson Home Hardware (Sutton-on-Sea) received the runner’s up prize.

All Home Hardware retailers were invited to participate in the competition and Home Hardware said the overall standard of entry was exceptionally high. The competition was judged by an independent panel.

The judges particularly liked the use of window props (festive green door with wreath, fireplace with accessories and the thick silver tinsel) which complimented the Christmas ‘Star Gifts’ POS and window banner. The window was well lit and offered an abundance of curb appeal.

Home Hardware would like to thank all members who participated in the competition.

The HT Perry window display
The HT Perry window display

 

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