Purplex, leading marketing consultants for the window industry, will have a Lego window sample on its stand at this year’s FIT Show, held at the international centre, Telford 12th -14th April.
Visitors are invited to guess how many Lego blocks make up the window cross-sample in a bid to win a luxury weekend away.
Andrew Scott, Purplex Managing Director: “Ambitious companies who want sustainable, profitable growth need to stand out from the competition and be different, so we decided to highlight this by building a window sample out of Lego®. After 30 years in the glass and glazing industry it’s good to combine some fun with a serious message. We’re also hosting a cocktail bar and are inviting customers and exclusive VIP guests to join us for a Mojito.”
Purplex clients range from small installers to global system companies and component manufacturers.
Purplex launched in 2004 after MD Andrew Scott had acquired, built and sold several businesses in the window industry.
Contact Purplex Marketing:
502 Worle Park Way,
Golden Cross House
8 Duncannon Street
Tel: 01934 808132
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