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Wavin Hep2O has launched the Pride of Plumbing campaign to celebrate and share the most amazing stories that represent the best of the plumbing industry.

Your customers might see you as a plumber, but your work goes way beyond that. Chief executives, accountants, trainers, mentors, community supports and emergency service providers, you really have to do it all in this industry. But too often these fantastic endeavours can go under the radar.

This year, Wavin Hep2O wants to celebrate and share the most amazing stories that represent the best of the industry. From fantastic initiatives that support those in need, to going above and beyond to help the next generation. From grabbing opportunity out of the claws of adversity, to simply getting through a tough time with your business intact – the search is on for the most inspirational stories the industry has to offer.

If you think you have the perfect story that fits the bill, you can nominate yourself or a fellow plumber to be in with a chance of being championed in the Pride of Plumbing campaign. All you need to do is fill in a simple nomination form giving a few details on the story you have, and a panel of industry experts will pick out the best stories to feature in the campaign  (due to launch in June).

If you’re selected as one of four champions, you (or the person you nominated) will be made the centrepiece of the campaign for a month and will be given the opportunity to tell your story to the industry. There will also be spot prizes to anyone who makes a nomination.

Visit The deadline us 19 February.



1 February 2021


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