Rockdoor FIT in at the NEC

After an action packed, three-day stint at the FIT show in Birmingham, Rockdoor are delighted to have debuted as one of the most popular stands at the show, creating hundreds of new leads in the process.

Appearing at the UK’s biggest and best trade show for the first time has come after a series of cancellations due to the COVID pandemic, however the composite door manufacturer used the postponements to make this years’ convention extra special.

Standing at over 12 feet tall, the stand caught the eye of people around the exhibition hall thanks to an eye-catching design, filled with 12 beautifully unique doors, complete with a team of expert staff on hand to talk all things Rockdoor.

Rockdoor also managed to exhibit their entirely new door texture to the public at the convention. A never-before-seen in the industry texture which offers a truly contemporary finish.

After a great response at the show, the manufacturer are now communicating with customers they met at the FIT show, Mark Simm of Rockdoor wanted to place his thanks to all those who visited the stand, after finally appearing at the convention:

“After the initial show being postponed due to COVID, we were delighted to finally get the chance to showcase Rockdoor and it could not have gone any better. We’ve wanted to exhibit for a long time now” he said. “So it’s great to finally tick that box.

“We’re so thankful to all the faces, new and old, who took time out of their busy day to come and see why Rockdoor is the most unique composite door of its kind on the market. We now look forward to strengthening those existing partnerships and welcoming lots more Rockdoor Trusted Installers across the country.”

After a highly successful first outing, Rockdoor has already committed to the FIT Show 2023 and are looking forward to next year’s convention already.

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