Brand unveils new experience centre in Lagos

To further connect with customers and give them the opportunity to enjoy a bouquet of high quality paints, Portland Paints and Products Nigeria Plc, a subsidiary of UAC, has launched a new Sandtex Experience Centre in Ifako-Gbagada, Lagos.

While speaking at the event, MD of Portland Paints, Femi Oguntade, said bringing the brand closer to the customer and helping them personalize their colours to reflect their lifestyle when making a decision to paint prompted the creation of the experience centre.

He also noted that the centre was in line with one of the values of the company, which guarantees customer satisfaction. He said the company was not just about offering products to the market but also about meeting the needs of the customers and knowing them better.

Head of Sales and Marketing, Nnenna Azuka-Onwuka, described the new Sandtex Experience Centre, as a comfortable one-stop shop where customers could access all the products from the stable of Portland Paints and Products Plc with expert colour advice at no extra cost, as colours were available in over 15,000 shades in the Crown U.K. range and over 1,000 in the Sandtex range for immediate tinting.

“The new Sandtex Experience Centre in Gbagada takes the Sandtex brand closer to the consumers. The area, which is currently witnessing a lot of developmental projects, is in need of the presence of a quality paint provider to fill the need for satisfying perfect paint finish to complete the building process. With finishes that come in Textured, Smooth, Gloss, Satin, Silk, Matt and Special Effects, customers can be sure of painting finishes suitable for their lifestyle. The Sandtex Paints products are durable, cover more, adhere more and last longer on your walls.

“Sandtex and Crown Trade are premium decorative paints from Portland Paints and Products Nigeria Plc, while Crown Trade is sold under the license from Crown Paints, U.K.’s largest paint manufacturer”.

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