Posted 3rd January

Lakes unveils winner of #LoveLakesIsland campaign

3rd January 2019 - 07:00am
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Shower manufacturer Lakes has unveiled the winner of its #LoveLakesIsland campaign, which it launched last November to mark the first anniversary of its premium showering range Island Collection.

The company encouraged stockists and installers to share their “Island success stories”, with Durham-based Flame Heating and Recreate Bathrooms chosen as the winners, each receiving a luxury hamper.

“We had excellent feedback on our Island Collection,” said sales and marketing director Mike Tattam. “Considering we only launched this collection a year ago, it was fantastic to see so much activity on our social media channels. Thank you to everyone who took part in sharing the campaign and encouraging people to join in!

“We’re delighted to present the luxury hampers to bathroom stockist Flame Heating and installer Recreate Bathrooms. The winning installation showed the impact an excellent showering space can make in whatever space available!”

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