Posted 23rd November

Rangemaster revamps training academy in Leamington Spa

By KBBDaily on 23rd November 2018 - 10:31am
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Rangemaster has updated its Leamington Spa Training Academy to present the company’s full range of appliances – including its range cooker collection, new refrigeration range and built-in products – “in a modern new space”.

According to the company, the Training Academy has been “specially designed” for its supplier and distributor network to promote Rangemaster products to their customers.

The ground floor of the academy features a fully fitted showroom while the first floor has a well-equipped kitchen for cooking demonstrations and other events.

“We’ve always encouraged our retailers and distributors to visit the Academy as it gives them, and their customers, a great overview of Rangemaster,” said Rangemaster training manager Lindsey Payne, pictured.

“It’s also a great opportunity to understand the products in more detail and see what they’re capable of, so with this latest update, there is more to learn than ever before!”


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