Recofloor has began its 2016 series of ‘Bacon Butty’ events across the UK, providing flooring contractors and fitters with the opportunity to learn more about its award-winning vinyl flooring recycling scheme whilst enjoying welcome refreshments.
The events will take place at participating distributors’ premises across the UK and will be be hosted by new Recofloor team member Joe Gardner.
The ‘Bacon Butty’ events kicked-off on May 18th at a major flooring show at Cardiff City Stadium, arranged by flooring distributor 3D Flooring Supplies. Roadshows elsewhere have been held at Headlamp Gateshead (May 24th) and Lee Floorstok, Manchester (May 26th).
See the full schedule of Bacon Butty events below:
A further event is planned for the opening of 3D Flooring Supplies’ new Bristol branch.
Recofloor are now accepting bookings from company’s to host Bacon Butty events in July. Recofloor project officer Carla Eslava commented: “Replies came within hours of sending out invitations; we’ve had an enthusiastic response! Bookings for July are available too, so please get in touch if you would like to take part and create a bit of a buzz around your business.
We’d also love to hear about distributors’ events that Recofloor could attend and support, or from contractors who would like Toolbox Talks and training for their staff. Meanwhile, our Bacon Butty events are on the road and we look forward to sharing the Recofloor scheme with you soon!”
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