The Robert Price ‘Building Bonanza’ will take place on 18 June.

Robert Price’s annual ‘Building Bonanza’ is fast approaching!

Published:  09 June, 2015

Robert Price, the independent builders’ merchant in South East Wales, will be hosting its annual ‘Building Bonanza’ event on 18 June at its branch on Lamby Way in Cardiff.

The Building Bonanza will feature over 80 manufacturers, live demonstrations, special one-day-only offers, prizes and competitions. A must for tradespeople and keen DIYers from across the region, the event is an ideal opportunity for customers to meet directly with suppliers and discuss not only new products and innovations, but individual project construction or renovation related requirements too.

Preparing for the event, sales director Malcolm Jones, said: “We’re anticipating our annual ‘Building Bonanza’ to be another fantastic event. We are sure everyone who visits will have a thoroughly enjoyable day and will benefit from the opportunity to meet directly with our suppliers. With new products on display and innovative building solutions to consider, the event will be a showcase of material product ranges and exciting industry developments.

“This is also the opportunity to explore what the branch has to offer. It will be a great event for our customers from across South Wales to get involved with. We hope everyone enjoys what is set to be a fantastic event. We’re certainly looking forward to it!”

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