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Price candles wins best display at Home Hardware

Published: 21 November 2019 - John King
L-R: Chris Adams (national sales manager), David Adams (chairman of Home Hardware) and Michael Hollings (sales agent).
L-R: Chris Adams (national sales manager), David Adams (chairman of Home Hardware) and Michael Hollings (sales agent).

At Home Hardware’s Convention Trade Show on Friday 15 November at The Woolacombe Bay Hotel, Woolacombe, Prices Candles was voted the ‘Best Display Stand’, earning Chris Adams (National Sales Manager) and Michael Hollings (Sales Agent) a cash prize of £100 and a plaque. Dave Gosling and Gordon Griffiths of Eddingtons received the runners up prize of £50.

49 exhibitors attended the mini trade Show and the awards were judged by an independent panel and presented by David Adams, chairman of Home Hardware. The judges agreed that as well as having a very attractive, colourful, well merchandised stand, Prices Candles staff demonstrated excellent product knowledge and enthusiasm for their new ranges.

David Adams, said: “This Trade Show is the perfect start to our Convention weekend. It’s in everyone’s interest that suppliers take pride in their stands and Prices Candles’ hard work didn’t go unnoticed.”

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