At the BMJ Industry Awards on Friday 17 July, leading manufacturer of showering spaces, Lakes, won the prestigious ‘Best Bathroom Manufacturer’ award for the third consecutive year.
The annual award ceremony, which was originally scheduled to take place in May at The Brewery in London, took place as a virtual presentation due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The event was hosted by the BBC presenter Alan Dedicoat, well known as being the National Lottery’s ‘Voice of the Balls’.
Reaching the finals and winning is based on the number of votes received from professionals across the industry. It was a competitive year, with 130 finalists across 24 categories, and with all votes independently verified before winners were announced.
Mike Tattam, Lakes’ Sales & Marketing Director, commented: “We’re absolutely delighted to have won such a significant award for three years in a row. This level of recognition is a great honour and a positive reflection of our ongoing achievements in the market.
“It’s been a challenging year for many businesses, with COVID causing major disruption for suppliers and merchants alike. But our industry is riding the storm and as we move into – hopefully – calmer waters, we are resuming key projects to help our customers sell and continuing our programme of product development.
“A huge congratulations to all other finalists and winners too. It was a shame we were unable to celebrate in the usual way but it was ‘virtually the same’ with many people across the sector tuning in and toasting to the many successes!”
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