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Nicholas Anthony renews membership with KBSA

By KBBDaily on 13th November 2017 - 15:36pm

Kitchen and bathroom retailer Nicholas Anthony has renewed its membership with the Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom Specialists Association – KBSA – in “a year when more new members have joined than ever before”, according to the organisation.

“We are delighted that Nicholas Anthony has chosen to continue its membership,” said KBSA corporate retail chairman Simon Acres, pictured right. “We’re thrilled they have chosen to support our organisation for another year and we are particularly grateful to Tony Nicholas, a former KBSA national chair, for his continued involvement.

“Nicholas Anthony operates in the luxurious sector of the market, proving that KBSA membership is relevant to retailers across a range of price points,” Acres added. “They share a passion for excellence in design, service and installation that sets all of our members apart.”

Nicholas Anthony director Tony Nicholas, left, said: “As a business we consider promoting professionalism and best practice an important part of our remit and the KBSA offers a great vehicle for us to do this. Our partnership with the KBSA, the only trade association that represents the independent retailer, is a natural fit for us and we look forward to working alongside them for many years to come.”

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