Geberit will be visiting merchants up and down the country to promote its latest product innovations.

Geberit On Tour around UK and Ireland

Published:  23 March, 2014

With the latest innovations in piping systems and sanitary solutions on board, Geberit will be going On Tour again this spring, taking to the roads in the UK and Ireland determined to seek out more installers than ever before.

Between April and July, Geberit will visit merchants up and down the country, helping to promote the many advantages that Geberit Duofix and Geberit Mapress can bring to the lives of the busy installer.

The tour kicks off in Loughborough on 8 April, with the dates for the first leg of its journey now finalised as:

  • 9 April – Nottingham
  • 10 April - Derby
  • 11 April – Rugby
  • 15 April - Saffron Walden
  • 16 April – Ware
  • 17 April - Watford
  • 23 April – Bristol
  • 24 April - Stroud
  • 25 April – Banbury
  • 29 April - Staines
  • 30 April – Poole

At each stop, members of Geberit’s team will be on hand to share their knowledge of the manufacuter’s products with installers, with live demonstrations of the products in practice and much encouragement for those who are new to these systems.

To celebrate 50 years of the Geberit concealed cistern, as well as getting hands-on with the products and benefiting from advice from the experts, installers visiting Geberit On Tour can find out more about the 50th year Geberit Promotion where installers can win some top prizes including a trip for two to Hawaii.

For a full list of dates and venues, visit www.geberit.co.uk/ontour.

Sign Up

For the Builders' Merchants News enewsletter.

In the spotlight

Recruitment

Builders Merchants Vacancies – UK Wide

We have vacancies all over the UK for those who work within the Building Supplies sector.

Guest Blog by Michael Barnett
A Bright future predicted for housing construction

One of the major talking points in the wake of the Brexit decision has been around the country’s current housing shortage with a YouGov poll from this year revealing that first time house buyers are now 38-years-old, on average.

Events Diary