Jackson's seal of approval for Symphony Kitchens

Published:  15 October, 2012

UK: Jacksons Building Centre has teamed up with Symphony to create a bespoke kitchen offering for their new flagship store in Worksop. Showcasing the best in kitchen design, the new showroom features a mix of contemporary shaker style timber and high gloss minimalist kitchen ranges.

The British manufacturer has worked closely with Jacksons’ Worksop branch to ensure their bespoke retail support package, New Perspectives, meets the needs and requirements of the new building centre.

Symphony’s British manufactured Milano range will be branded as Jacksons’ Kitchens, and will be supported by individually designed displays, point of sale marketing, branded literature and a dedicated specialist support team. This tailored package will assist in helping to position Jacksons as the number one kitchen retailer in the region.

Simon Collyns, marketing director at Symphony, comments: “The Jacksons showroom includes the latest kitchen designs from Symphony and provides the centre’s customers with all the choice they need when making selections for their kitchen design.

“We have worked very closely with the team at Jacksons to support their enthusiasm, dedication and hard work for this new venture. Jacksons’ is known for its quality so we’re proud that they’ve chosen to put their name to our kitchens. Together, we selected products that not only fulfill the needs of their customers, but also showcase the best designs and ranges Symphony has to offer.”

Phil Carter, assistant manager at Jacksons Building Centre, said: “With Symphony Kitchens we have the best of both worlds. The quality and style you would expect from one of the UK's leading kitchen suppliers, combined with an after sales service to match, creates the perfect kitchen buying experience.”

Sign Up

For the Builders' Merchants News enewsletter.

In the spotlight

Recruitment

Builders Merchants Vacancies – UK Wide

We have vacancies all over the UK for those who work within the Building Supplies sector.

Events Diary