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Channel Graham goes live

Published:  04 July, 2011

COVENTRY: Graham has launched an informative and entertaining online news portal – Channel Graham. The portal allows customers to browse the latest video news and events. 

Customers can navigate easily through plumbing, bathrooms, heating and heating spares as well as renewable product categories to see the latest video demonstrations from suppliers such as Ideal Standard, Fernox, Worcester Bosch and Kingspan Renewables. 

In addition, customers can then download the latest free Graham app through Channel Graham. It provides deals on a wide range of products and allows users to locate and contact their local Graham branch. 

As well as the latest products and services, users can additonally view information on training initiatives, information on Graham's bathroom showrooms and events as well as Graham Rewards –which offers customers the chance to earn greater rewards through purchases made at their local branch.

"We pride ourselves on building strong relationships and are constantly looking at new ways to engage with our customers," said Ian Kenny, Graham's marketing director.

"Channel Graham is another means of ensuring our customers are kept right up to date with the latest news, products and training – as well as the more entertaining and social elements of being involved with a local merchant." 

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