RGB to stage trio of free demo events

Published:  05 June, 2015

Three free demonstration events will be hosted in June by RGB Building Supplies, welcoming tradespeople to chat with suppliers and discover new products.

Tuesday 9 June, 7.30am and 12pm, RGB Exeter branch.

Suppliers attending the event include ITW, who will be holding a free training and certificate day with trade-in options for old nail guns, and Keylite Windows, who will be giving hands-on fitting training using their new range of products.

Additionally, Irwin will be holding a clearance sale on a wide range of tools, Namgrass is to display its artificial grass range, Pavestone will showcase its natural stone and concrete paving options and Hitachi is to bring a demo team and van.

Wednesday 10 June, 8am to 2pm, RGB South Molton branch.

Representatives from Marley Cedral will be showcasing the company’s new weatherboarding, which provides decoration, is low maintenance, easy to install and resistant to rot.

Wednesday 10 June, 7.30am to 2.30pm, RGB Crediton branch.

Suppliers will include adhesive specialist Bostik, tile accessories brand Tile Rite, screw and fixings supplier Timco, and plumbing and heating piping specialists Maincor. Additionally, Keylite Windows will be showing visitors how to fit their roof windows and Milwaukee Tools plan to bring their demonstration van.

There will also be the chance to win an iPad, and free refreshments will be provided at each event.

Keith Harris, product and marketing manager at RGB Building Supplies, said: “It’s important to us that we show our customers how to get the best out of certain products and also keep them abreast of new products that come onto the market. Our demonstration days are great ways of doing this and we look forward to welcoming everyone along.”

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