Kitchen makeover firm Dream Doors opened its latest UK showroom in Brigg on Saturday (19 September), in a gala ceremony that saw Mayor of Brigg, Cllr James Truepenny cut the ribbon to officially open the store.
The ribbon-cutting came at the end of three days of celebrations that included: Steve Bennett from the highly acclaimed Comfy Duck in Laceby doing cookery demos on Saturday; cookery displays with chef Nigel Brown of the Nigel Brown Cookery Academy, using some of Yorkshire's and Lincolnshire's finest produce; wine-tasting from Somerby Vineyards and a raffle of kitchen items.
The new showroom is located at Queen Street, Brigg, and franchise owners Nick and Sandy Martin believe the combination of local expertise backed by a national brand will go down a storm with residents of Brigg, North Lincolnshire, and the surrounding areas.
“Our opening was all about highlighting the amazing food that comes from the area, and now we want to establish the store as a high quality local business, where people can transform their kitchen for a fraction of the cost of a full re-fit,” said Nick Martin. “We have all the help and support that comes from being part of a national retail chain, but with the local knowledge and expertise that is so important to Brigg. We are already part of the Humber Business Network and can’t wait to get more immersed in the local business community.”
Dream Doors is the UK’s leading kitchen makeover firm, and now has a presence on 59 high streets across the country. It transforms old and dated kitchens by replacing doors, worktops and drawer fronts, saving time and money. Dream Doors MD, Troy Tappenden believes the opening of this latest showroom proves the on-going demand for kitchen makeovers:
“Our showrooms have been successful all over the UK – people just love the idea of being able to get a high quality refresh of their kitchen within 48 hours,” he said. “Nick and Sandy in combination have a great set of skills to bring to Dream Doors and I think the Brigg showroom has the potential to be one of our very best performers.”
Nick Martin spent much of his career before Dream Doors working in the seafood industry, and is highly experienced at implementing sales and marketing campaigns. Sandy Martin worked in HR before embarking on a career in interior design, and their combined skills mean that Dream Doors customers can expect the highest possible levels of service quality.
“We’ve already transformed 20 or so kitchens prior to our showroom opening and the feedback from our customers has been excellent,” continued Nick Martin. “We have a real focus on delivering high quality customer service and with Sandy’s expertise in interior design we have a lot to offer customers that want to transform their kitchen.”