Nominations for great tradesmen and women sought by builders merchant
RGB Building Supplies is asking the Devon community to tell them about the excellent and highly skilled tradesmen and women in the local area so they can be recognised as part of their Well Built Stamp of Excellence Awards.
All tradespeople that receive a nomination will be awarded with a Well Built Stamp of Excellence certificate. They will also be put forward for the Champion of the Quarter award and have the chance to win digital camera. Those that submit a nomination will also be entered into a quarterly prize draw to win a bottle of Champagne.
Anyone that works in the trade industry, whether as a builder, plumber, roofer, carpenter, bricklayer or painter and decorator, can be nominated. All those that receive a certificate will be included in RGB’s Well Built website directory, where people looking for a tradesperson can find someone local to them who has been recognised for doing great work.
Keith Harris, product and marketing manager at RGB Building Supplies, told the Devon Week: “It’s not often that the excellent tradesmen and women in our industry get the recognition they deserve for the great work that they do.
“Our Well Built Stamp of Excellence Awards aim to do this and we really want the local community to get involved and tell us about those that deserve to be shouted about.”
To nominate a local tradesman or woman contact RGB by email, email@example.com, or write to RGB Brand Team, RGB Building Supplies, Riverside Road, Pottington Business Park, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 1QN, letting them know the name of the nominee and why their work deserves to be recognised.
RGB’s Well Built directory can be found on their website: www.rgbltd.co.uk/stamp.
(from a press release)
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