Festive breakfast mornings at RGB branches

Published:  27 November, 2015

The Barnstaple, Penzance and Holsworthy branches of RGB Building Supplies are hosting festive breakfast mornings in December offering the perfect opportunity to pick up a Christmas present for those DIY lovers.

Barnstaple – Tuesday 1 December – 8am to 1pm

Representatives from tool manufacturers, Ox Tools, Fein, DeWALT and Bosch, will be demonstrating products and talking to customers about their wide range of hand and power tools.

Holsworthy – Friday 11 December – 8am to midday

Experts from Hitachi Power Tools will be talking to visitors about the benefits of their products and demonstrating their latest power tools.

Penzance – Tuesday 15 December – 7.30am to 11am

Representatives from tool distributor, Toolbank, will be showing products and offering special Christmas deals. Additionally, Estimators Online, who are bringing their demonstration van, are offering one free estimate for each customer.

Visitors to each breakfast morning will also be able to enjoy a bacon roll and a festive mince pie.

Keith Harris, product and marketing manager at RGB Building Supplies, said: “As well as inviting those that work in the trades to come along and find out about some of the latest products on the market, the breakfast morning is a great opportunity for people to speak to an expert about choosing the perfect Christmas present for a member of the family. We look forward to welcoming everyone along for a free breakfast.”

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