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Rangemaster Win Gold at the 2013 House Beautiful Awards
Posted on: Tuesday, 29th October 2013
Britain's no.1 range cooker brand Rangemaster has been highly commended at the prestigious House Beautiful awards in London, after winning the Best Kitchen and Household Product with its popular range cooker, the Elise 100 Induction.
The award winning Elise 100 Induction from Rangemaster.
Holly Johnson, Marketing Manager at Rangemaster, recieving the gold award presented by Vanessa Arbuthnott.
Having beaten off stiff competition from other leading kitchen brands, including AEG and Dualit, it was a combination of the Elise's multifunction ability, stylish continental design and superb quality that set Rangemaster apart from its competitors and impressed the panel of judges.
The esteemed awards ceremony took place at London's Science Museum on the 24th October and was hosted by TV design expert David Domoney. Judges included an array of high- end designers including John Rocha, Jeff Banks, Sophie Conran, Nick Munro and Oliver Heath.
Holly Johnson, Marketing Manager at Rangemaster comments;
"We are delighted that the Elise 100 induction has won such an impressive and prestigious accolade. We developed the Elise model to include a 100cm width to make its popular continental design accessible for those customers with small kitchens or those who require more flexibility in terms of kitchen layout. For consumers looking to choose a new range cooker for their home, a House Beautiful Award-win can create real stand-out in the market and we hope this will drive an increase in sales and give retailers an additional talking point when selling this model to their customers." - Holly Johnson, Marketing ManagerShare