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Vogue (UK) win ‘Best Heating Brand’ at BKU Awards 2018

Left to right: Carly Bowman, BKU with Emily McCullagh, Vogue (UK) and Hugh Dennis, Celebrity Comedian.
The UK’s largest British designer and manufacturer of premium radiators and towel warmers, Vogue (UK), wins big at this year’s Bathroom & Kitchen Update [BKU] Awards, voted by industry peers as ‘Best Heating Brand’
 
The BKU Awards are designed to recognise retailers, brands, people and services that make the kbb sector great, with votes taken from an entire cross section of the kitchen and bathroom industry including retailers, manufacturers, and distributors.

The winning entries were announced at The Towel Hotel, London on 21st June 2018 and hosted by much-loved English comedian and actor, Hugh Dennis.

Unlike many other awards, BKU Award winners are not decided by a panel of experts, rather recognised on merit by votes from industry peers. Secure online nominations are made and then voted on to produce five finalists in each category with the winner attracting the most votes overall!

FINALISTS for ‘Best Heating Brand’
- Bisque
- JIS
- The Radiator Company
- Tissino
- Vogue (UK) Ltd

No mean feat, Vogue (UK) triumphantly collected ‘Best Heating Brand’ for 2018: a true endorsement from all of the suppliers, retailers and professional who appreciate its quality product portfolio and manufacturing expertise.  

Steve Birch, Sales Director at Vogue (UK) says “To be recognised by the very people who help build our business is truly rewarding. With such competition within the heating market, creating a point of difference and novel hook for our suppliers is key to our growth and retail success, and we pay tribute to all those who took the time to vote and ultimately, secure us the win as ‘Best Heating Brand’ for 2018.’’

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