Following this week’s announcement of the first tranche of Excellence in Housewares Awards 2020 finalists, housewares companies are sharing their achievements with stockists, press and on social media.
Peter Dunne, managing director of CellarDine was swift to let his customers know the good news, stating: “We are delighted to announce that CellarDine and our Wake Up Wine electronic decanter has been selected as a Finalist for the Plugged-In Award at the Excellence in Housewares Awards 2020. “ He continued: “Developing innovation is never easy and we are thrilled to have been selected for the finals. The new Wake Up Wine decanter is both stylish and compact in design, performing in minutes to bring out the full flavour and bouquet of your favourite wine.”
Meanwhile, Alex Frubel, managing director of Tramontina enthused: “We are delighted to be a finalist in the Innovation Award category with our unique Beer Barrell Grill and we would also like to say a huge WELL DONE to all at Progressive Housewares for the way the judging was conducted during particularly difficult and unique times”.
Adding to the chorus, Judith Callens, marketing manager at Grunwerg commented: “We are indeed delighted that our Global 35th Anniversary Knife Set has been nominated as a finalist for the EIH ‘Cutting Edge Award’! A great thank you to all the judges.”
“Fantastic news!” was how sales controller Philippa Howarth greeted the announcement that Le Creuset had reached the finals for the Excellence in Cookware, Licensing Award and Innovation Award. Jereon Blom, export manager for Boska reacted similarly on being an Excellence in Cookware finalist, while being a finalist in Excellence in Homewares, The Eco Award and The Licensing Award, has boosted the spirits of Dexam’s managing director Byrony Dyony and her team “ no end”.
To view the impressive line-up of product finalists click HERE.