SIG Roofing is once again searching for Britain’s Best Cafe, following the success of last year’s campaign.
Gail and Chris Murray, from the Super Sausage cafe in Potterspury, near Milton Keynes, were last year’s winners and helped to announce this year’s competition.
SIG Roofing will encourage their own customers to vote and support their favourite local cafe as they battle it out for a chance to win a trip to Cuba.
Andrew Wakelin, SIG Roofing Managing Director, will present the national title holder and 14 regional winners with their awards at a ceremony in London in November.
Voting is set to open in July and SIG Roofing and their branch teams are preparing for the competition which attracted 500 entries from cafes in 2016.
Andrew explains that SIG Roofing aims to support and promote the cafes that help their contractors across the country through the working day.
Janine Brady, Marketing Manager, concludes, “Everything points to a bigger and better turnout this year and we can’t wait to support all the cafes that enter through our local branches, with this national competition.”
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