By Esther Alexander
One year after the launch of the Utopia Sanitary ware showroom in Nigeria, Abuja to be precise, the company has announced a new date for another walk-in experience.
The event is set to be held on the 28th of September and is expected to create a major exposure for developers according to Dr. Lami Onayi Ahmed a leading partner and CEO at Utopia Bath and Kitchen.
“One of the reasons why this event is coming up is to let developers know that their quest for traveling out in search of quality sanitary products is over. Now, we have the solutions to all their bath and kitchen wares here in Nigeria, and it is only important that we expose them to the quality we have here in Nigeria to serve them, she added.”
“The product is in town and available to developers, where we try to bridge the gap of developers’ waiting time, running outside the country to identify or quality products, and also provide ease of clearing logistics for buyers.
“The product is here in Nigeria, run by a Nigerian to make it available to everyone, it is a premium product and it’s affordable to developers.”
According to Lami, the product categories include an extensive collection of bathroom fixtures, kitchen sinks, faucets, and accessories, all of which were designed to the highest standards of quality and style. “While marking one year in the Nigerian market, these products have been in existence for over 30 years.”
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“The showroom, located in the heart of Abuja, will spread across other parts of Nigeria as time permits, as this will enable developers and homeowners in Nigeria to access some of the finest bath and kitchen wares in the market. The company’s commitment to quality, design, and functionality is sure to make it a popular choice among Nigerian consumers.”
The company also announced that it will be running an independence promo from the first of October to the end of October to mark Nigeria’s 63rd anniversary.
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