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Stax gears up to welcome the Rawltruck

Published: 9 April 2019 - Fiona Garcia
 

Stax Trade Centres in Manchester and Birmingham are set to play host to a visit by the RawlTruck roadshow, which recently set off on a major European tour.

The roadshow celebrates 100 years of the Rawlplug brand, and it will be bringing a variety of live product demonstrations, discounts, on-site training and free giveaways to the Stax branches.

“The RawlTruck is visiting us as part of the new strategic partnership which we agreed with Rawlplug recently,” said Stax purchasing director Simon Wright. “That partnership now provides our independent retailer customers with access to a huge range of Rawlplug fixings, fastenings, anchors, adhesives and sealants, so the roadshow is a great chance for them to come along and find out more. They’ll also be able to get 10% off all Rawlplug products on the day.”

The RawlTruck will be at the Stax Birmingham branch on Tuesday April 9, before moving on to Stax Manchester on Tuesday April 16.

Simon added: “Stax has sold Rawlplug products for many years, and so we’re delighted to welcome the RawlTruck to our stores. We now offer our customers a far greater range of Rawlplug products than we’ve ever done, and all at really competitive wholesale prices, so the visit of the RawlTruck is an opportunity not to be missed.”

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