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Maple commissioned to supply and install roller blinds for Wilmslow Rolls-Royce showroom

Posted by Alfie Newton on 05-Feb-2018 14:39:19

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The Rolls-Royce showroom in Wilmslow is unlike any other ― with private bar, fine dining terrace and fully landscaped grounds.

It was against this backdrop of quality that Maple was commissioned to supply and install roller blinds for the super-luxury building in Cheshire.

After supplying an electrically operated roller blind to discretely hide where cars enter the showroom, we fitted roller blinds to the first-floor board room.

Having experienced the quality of our products and the level of service that consistently scores more than 90% in customer satisfaction surveys, our client extended the contract to include blinds for all the showroom’s offices.

Echoing Maple’s approach to the prestigious project, James Crichton, Regional Director for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, said:

 We manage our showroom locations with tremendous care and precision.”

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