Posted 9th February

Grohe launches new shower cashback promotion

By KBBDaily on 9th February 2018 - 10:43am

Grohe has launched its new cashback promotion for consumers on some of its “most desirable” shower systems, namely the SmartControl Perfect 310 SmartActive, pictured left, Euphoria shower system, centre, and its new Tempesta Cosmopolitan, right.

The promotion – which runs until the 31st May 2018 – offers consumers cashback of up to £50 with the purchase of one of the three products from a UK Grohe retailer.

“The shower is a hugely important factor within the bathroom and, as a nation, we are now spending more time than ever in our bathrooms in an attempt to boost our wellbeing,” said Grohe UK senior product manager Paul Bailey.

“Therefore, a high-performance shower system is a top priority for many consumers. We are pleased to launch our latest cashback promotion as a means to help facilitate a great shower experience for all, making the next evolution of showering more accessible than ever before.”

He added: “The savings made with this offer means money can be put towards another little luxury for the bathroom, whether it be new accessories, some indulgent toiletries or fragrance or décor to further enhance the shower experience.”

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