London’s calling for Howarth at Home customers

Published:  08 October, 2014

Kitchen supplier Howarth at Home has handed an all expenses paid London trip to a couple who purchased a dream kitchen from its Barrowford showroom.

In its first three months of business, the showroom entered all customers buying a kitchen worth £5,000 or more into a draw to win a weekend for two in the capital, complete with an all-inclusive stay in a top hotel and tickets to see a theatre show of their choice.

The lucky winners of the prize draw were Steve O’Malley and Brenda Barrett, who were delighted after they bought a Howarth at Home kitchen for their Burnley home. Mr O’Malley and Mrs Barrett bought their kitchen from the Barrowford showroom, on Gisburn Road.

The Howarth at Home outlet, which opened in May, sees customers through the whole process of purchasing a kitchen - from the initial design to the installation - in relaxed, informal surroundings.

Craig Fielding, Howarth at Home’s Barrowford kitchen manager, said: “Steve and Brenda were over the moon after purchasing their Howarth kitchen, and were even more delighted when they found out they had also won the London prize draw. This was a fantastic way to mark the success of the first few months of the Barrowford showroom, and was an added bonus for Steve and Brenda.”

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