…and the Winner is!

I Know the Score End of Season

After months of blood, sweat, tears and rivalry, the Advanced Cladding I know the score Mini League is now over for another few months.

And with that I am pleased to announce we have an overall winner for the 2012-2013 league – the individual finishing the season with the highest overall points score.

Crowned Champion of the league this time round we have a very proud Dean Foulkes (known as ‘Peniblade’ to his competition).  Dean managed to accurately predict the scores each week and his consistancy paid off as he is now £200 richer!  Incidentally, he also topped the scoreboard for May, winning an extra £50 voucher; putting the icing on the cake for what was a very successful year!

Dean is congratulated and presented his prizes by Tony Raynes

Liquid Rubber Open Day

On another note, don’t forget we are holding another Liquid Rubber Open Day on Wednesday 19th June.  Following on from the success of the first, and catering for those who weren’t able to make the previous date, this is a great opportunity to see the product in action and ask any technical questions or address any concerns you may have.

There are three available time slots: 10.30am, 12.30pm and 2.30pm, all of which are filling up fast, so book now to avoid disappointment.  We will also be providing refreshments to all those who attend so please provide details of any dietary requirements so we can cater for you.

Contact us on 0161 231 0001 or email: leehall@advancedcladding.com to book your place!

Baz in his Fencing Gear!

Baz in his Fencing Gear!

And we leave you with news that one staff member has been living a mysterious double life – Technical Manager by day, Ninja by night time!  Our very own Barry Massey (pictured above) looks stunning in his fencing attire, and he has recently gained his British Fencing Level 1 Coaching Sabre qualification – many congratulations to Baz (opponents beware – he’s fierce!)

Don’t forget to check out our dedicated Refurbishment website, where you will find out latest blog post http://www.refurbsolutionsl2b.com/blog/

We look forward to hearing from you soon…

 

A Busy Couple of Months…

Good Day Everyone!

You may have noticed the Advanced Cladding Blog has been a little quieter these last couple of months.  As you can imagine it has been a busy time, especially with the run up to the Roofex show in Birmingham.

We are delighted to inform you that Roofex ran smoothly and proved to be a success.  It was a great opportunity to see some new (and old) faces so thank you to everyone who popped onto our stand.

You may be aware that we also held a champagne raffle open to anyone who left a business card on the stand.  Congratulations to our winners: Day 1 Ali Price from KT Price Construction Ltd, and Day 2 Sophie from Crescent Roofing both of whom will be having their bottle of bubbly personally delivered by their Area Rep this week…

And in other news following the success of our first ever Liquid Rubber Open Day (thank you to all those who attended!) we are holding a second event for those who couldn’t make it.  This will take place on Wednesday 19th June, with several different time slots which will be announced at a later date.  However, if you do wish to attend then please register your interest now as places are limited and will get booked up!  To register please contact us either by calling 0161 231 0001 or emailing Gemma: gemmaallies@advancedcladding.com.

More information on our next open day will follow so please keep your eyes open for further details.

We are also pleased to announce the launch of our Advanced Cladding & Single Ply Systems Youtube channel.  Although it is still in early stages of development we are already showcasing videos from our previous liquid rubber open day and an introductory liquid rubber video which will provide you with useful information about the system.

Our Youtube channel can be viewed via the following link:

http://www.youtube.com/user/Advancedcladding

Keep an eye out, we will be updating the youtube page regularly!

Until Next Time…