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Richard Burbidge launches a network of Premier Centres

Published:  08 June, 2016

Stairparts specialist Richard Burbidge has launched a nationwide network of Premier Centres, consisting of merchant partners offering retail excellence.

Richard Burbidge’s Premier Centres have been designed to help to make selecting stair projects easy for trade customers. Located across the UK, Premier Centre customers are guaranteed to find an in-depth range of Richard Burbidge stairparts in stock at all times.

Each centre will be equipped with in-store displays holding four popular product ranges, instantly available to complete any hallway project. Displays of Richard Burbidge’s premium ranges will also be on show, as well as brochures and guides to support customers.

Premier Centres will also benefit from the Design Team referral scheme, making ordering products quick and easy and enabling merchants to maximise sales with minimal effort.

Paul Lerigo, marketing director for Richard Burbidge, said: “The Premier Centres are designed to enable merchants to take advantage of the opportunities in the stairparts market, by simplifying the buying process to help merchants and their clients – whether they’re homeowners or installers to make the most of this lucrative sector.”

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