Clearview National November 2015 - Issue 168 - Page 40

doors&windows sponsored by 35 Years Young Customers come first at Everglade Windows. So when the guests descended on the annual customer conference and 35 year anniversary celebrations, they were excited to see the stunning new look reception and showroom. »»After a welcome and presentations from the leadership team at Everglade, customers were able to see how Everglade’s vibrant new look and products could help them. As part of the 35th year celebrations Everglade had a massive makeover. The front entrance hallway and upstairs to reception, showrooms and offices, have all been refurbished in the new brand colours of roasted fig and grey. “We’ve worked so hard to get this ready for the 35th year celebrations,” says Reena Gjoci, Marketing Director at Everglade. “We have over 2,500 square feet of showroom space. The new aïrzone has ten sets of aïr high performance wide span doors, featuring our exclusive super slim meeting stile on the aïr LS range and an impressive corner-less configuration. aïr accredited retailers at the conference loved the newly commissioned lightboxes to show all the benefits of the doors in the most vibrant aïr orange. “The window and door showroom is devoted to all the other products in Everglade’s massive range. Installers can bring their retail customers to our showroom, so it has to show all the windows and doors at their best. Even the product descriptions have been created to reflect the new Everglade branding. “We have always given customers lots of product choice,” adds Reena. “And now we have every one of them on display. It makes it so much easier for retail customers to imagine how it will look when they see a full sized window or door. In between the two showrooms, visitors could see the very first Kommerling PAS24 Lifetime Home Standard compliant sliding patio door. It’s so easy to use. Both Kevin Warner from Kommerling and Mike Hill from Fullex Locks were on hand to demonstrate this ground breaking PVCu patio door. While visitors were lookin g round, Everglade’s hospitality was at its best. A vast array of Indian food was freshly cooked on site. Later banqueting tables were brought into the aïrzone so guests could sit and eat. For some though, it was the newly fitted kitchen island that was the preferred place as the evening hotted-up. “It was a fantastic day and it was brilliant that so many of our customers, suppliers and friends came to celebrate our 35th anniversary with us,” adds Reena. “Each guest took home a goody-bag of treats as a thank you for sharing our day. Everyone said they had a wonderful time.” 40 » N OV 2015 » CL EARVI E W- UK . C O M