Window fabricator reflects on 20 years

Connaught Windows’ workshop

Connaught Windows’ workshop

First published in News

ONE of the south coast’s longest-standing window fabricators has appointed Liz Lean PR to help raise awareness of its 20th anniversary.

Bournemouth-based Connaught Windows will be marking its achievements at a celebratory dinner for all its retail clients in February.

Linda Witczak, director at Connaught Windows, said: “It has been quite a journey for us from humble beginnings but with a lot of hard work and a dedicated team we are pleased to be celebrating our 20th anniversary in 2014.

“Despite some challenging years we have retained clients and evolved successfully as a result.

“Having never undertaken PR before we believe it is the right time to shout about our successes and we felt Liz Lean PR was the right team to help us raise our profile.”

Liz Willingham, managing director of Liz Lean PR, added: “We are really excited to be working with this fantastic family business.

“Their innovative vision, versatility and uncompromising focus on quality products and customer service is second to none and has ensured that they stand the test of time.”

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10:38am Fri 24 Jan 14

Huey says...

NE of the south coast’s longest-standing window fabricators has appointed Liz Lean PR to help raise awareness of its 20th anniversary.
And the ECHO as well, from the looks of it.....
NE of the south coast’s longest-standing window fabricators has appointed Liz Lean PR to help raise awareness of its 20th anniversary. And the ECHO as well, from the looks of it..... Huey
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1:14pm Fri 24 Jan 14

kalebmoledirt says...

Never bothered reading it as I just know it,s the daily free ad
Never bothered reading it as I just know it,s the daily free ad kalebmoledirt
  • Score: 3

3:06pm Fri 24 Jan 14

John T says...

The Echo think that their readers are so naive that they can't see through free advertisements like this!
The Echo think that their readers are so naive that they can't see through free advertisements like this! John T
  • Score: 5

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