Posted 3rd July

LochAnna Kitchens treats retail partners to luxury Dubai break

3rd July 2019 - 10:30am
LochAnna Kitchens, Kitchen, Team, Staff, Luxury

A group of LochAnna Kitchens customers have enjoyed the opportunity to earn luxury holidays as a thank you for being a LochAnna Partner.

Incentive rewards included vouchers for dealers to select their own trips, right through to an all-expenses-paid luxury trip to Dubai.

MD of LochAnna Kitchens Paul Jenkinson said: “Every year we run a quality incentive for our customers, both as a way of saying thank you for their business and as recognition of the partnership between our businesses. Last year we explored New York and this year we headed East and have enjoyed the sun in Dubai.

“Those who attended really responded to the incentive and we are delighted that they went above and beyond to sell our beautifully designed kitchens to their customers.”

The next incentive for 2019/20 is already underway, and all LochAnna Kitchens dealers are eligible to join. Over 35 awards were made this year and LochAnna are excited to see this number grow in Spring 2020.

Pictured: A group of LochAnna Kitchens customers enjoying the views from the 148th floor of the Burj Khalifa

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