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Verona offers Definitive 10% discount for January

January 2020

Customers placing orders for Verona’s Definitive ceramic tile collection via the company’s trade portal will receive 10% off throughout January 2020.  A strong seller for retail customers, Definitive offers over 50 individual ranges from distinctive marbles through to understated concrete. 

Definitive is collection of premium white bodied ceramic tiles with coordinating structured décors and porcelain floor tiles. With a neutral, modern colour palette of cool greys, beige, cream, white, and mink, retailers can choose from stone-effects, subtle linear patterns, ripple and wave designs, as well as split face décors to build their ultimate ceramic tile offering. The core 11 ranges include Skye, Matlock, Pallington, Snowdon, Blakeley, Lulworth, Brecon, Kynance, Penshaw, Tresco, and Ingleton.

Available in gloss and matt finishes in a number of modern formats including a 250 by 500mm and 500 by 500mm, the collection reflects consumer demand for tactile textures and surfaces that create visual interest.

The 10% off promotion runs until Friday 31st January 2020, with all orders needing to be invoiced in January in order to qualify for the 10% discount.  Customers with an online account with Verona can not only place orders online and take advantage of online-only promotions, but can also check stock, view credit limits and available balance, and download images and marketing materials.

W: www.veronagroup.co.uk

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