This is a sponsored article by Morley Glass:
Having won seven National Fenestration Awards over the past three years (including three last year pictured), Morley Glass & Glazing is looking to continue its success in 2020.
The integral blinds manufacturer has been nominated in three categories: IGU Manufacturer, Integral Blinds Company and Best Use of Video.
The open platform NFAs are unique to the industry as winners are decided completely by people working in the industry, casting their votes for the companies they believe most deserve to win an award.
Ian Short, managing director at Morley Glass & Glazing comments: “2020 has been a tough year for many people and the awards are a great way to celebrate the success stories within the industry. Integral blinds are as popular as ever and we’re doing our utmost to continue to raise standards in the industry, offer high quality products, backed by excellent customer service and technical support.
“We’re particularly pleased to be nominated in the Best Use of Video category as we’ve invested in a wide range of marketing support materials for our customers including videos that showcase how the integral blinds are manufactured, as well as how stylish, practical and impressive they look in customers’ homes and workplaces.
“Voting for the 2020 NFAs is now open – we hope that everyone finds a few minutes to cast their votes across the full range of categories.”
The voting process for the 2020 National Fenestration Awards closes on Tuesday, 24th November. To cast your vote visit www.fenestrationawards.co.uk/nfa2020/.
Find out more about Morley Glass & Glazing at www.morleyglass.co.uk
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