Winner with Bluebird Lumber
Bluebird Lumber and Hardware’s (B.B.L) Kitchen Revolution promotion has ended with utter excitement as one lucky customer walked away with an appliance pack including an in-built oven, cooktop, rangehood worth $2,500.
Priscilla Chewlit was announced as the winner of the promotion in the draw that was recorded and shared on Facebook earlier this week. Customers were entitled to be in the draw to win, by purchasing a full kitchen set.
In addition to the appliance pack draw, every customer who purchased a kitchen in May received a free sink and faucet.
B.B.L gave away more than $10,000 worth of sinks and faucets last month. Operations Manager, Andrew Ah Liki Jr. thanked all of B.B.L’s customers for their continuous support that has made the Kitchen Revolution campaign a timely success.
The kitchen revolution campaign included an upgrade to kitchen designs available in store and in particular, making it more convenient for customers to buy a kitchen of their choice in three easy steps.
• Customers can design their kitchen layout with our trained kitchen designers in store at Vaitele branch;
• Customers can uplift the kitchen flat packs in accordance with their chosen design off our shelves;
• Last step is to Install it themselves or have our team install it for them.
This kitchen revolution adds more value for money to our kitchen programme.
The first step of design and consultancy is all free of charge and clients are able to see what their kitchen will look like in 3D view before they decide to purchase.
The quality of the kitchens are also one of the strengths, all kitchens are manufactured and tested in NZ, all are made from moist resistant board. Since its launch, the Kitchen Revolution Campaign had received many customer enquiries regarding kitchen essentials and products.
“We have received so many enquiries about the Kitchen Revolution offers and we have equipped our staff with relevant trainings internally on kitchen appliances, design, stipulations as we go along with the campaign,” says Mr. Ah Liki. The Kitchen Revolution Campaign is continuing.