Posted 10th Apr 2018

Frontline Bathrooms takes retailers to St Lucia

By KBBDaily on 10th April 2018 - 14:33pm

Frontline Bathrooms recently hosted 22 of its customers on the island of St Lucia in the Caribbean as part of its Aquaescapes customer reward scheme, which the distributor launched last year.

Retailers who achieved their targets for 2017 were rewarded with an all-inclusive stay at the five-star Sandals Grande resort, including “unlimited fine dining at 12 restaurants, six full-service bars, five pools and four whirlpools, romantic fire pits, unlimited land and water sports, scuba diving and a nine-hole golf course”, according to the company.

Frontline Bathrooms also treated its guests to an “awe-inspiring” catamaran cruise. Its 2018 Aquaescape will take place in December this year in the St Lawrence Gap area of Barbados.

“Both the scheme and the holiday proved a huge success,” said sales and marketing director Michael Sammon. “We simply wanted to use the trip as a reward for those who had shown dedication and commitment to Frontline over the past year, offering them the opportunity to unwind in a luxurious setting without any hard sells.

“Everyone was full of praise for the holiday and St Lucia fulfilled and exceeded all expectations,” he added. “We are so pleased with the first trip that we have launched another escape for this year!”

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