Posted 12th Sep 2019

KBSA welcomes new retail and corporate members

12th September 2019 - 10:38am
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The Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom Specialists Association – KBSA – has welcomed several new retail, corporate and foundation members to its organisation.

A1 Interiors in Grantham, Nottinghamshire and Riverside Kitchens in Elgin, Morayshire have joined as retail members, while Birmingham-based Inspire KBB is the KBSA’s new corporate member.

Glengarry Kitchens, based in Glasgow, has joined as the organisation’s newest foundation member. “We are delighted to welcome these new members to the KBSA,” said KBSA national account manager Allister Reed, pictured right alongside A1 Interiors’ Jordan Whitworth.

“We remain committed to delivering value to our members and encouraging more retailers to join us and enjoy the benefits of being part of an association that is relevant and supportive.”

Whitworth added: “We have trading for three years and as we have grown, so has our requirement for quality business services and support in a challenging retail environment.

“After researching the various bodies the only one which ticked our boxes was the KBSA. It is designed to support independent businesses such as ours with terms and conditions, finance options and most importantly customer peace of mind.”


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