HagerGang goes on tour

Hager Hagergang

Hager UK is hitting the road this summer and travelling the length and breadth of the country to celebrate its local communities of electrical installers and contractors.

Hager UK explains, “Our summer tour of the UK will provide our team with a unique opportunity to say a personal thank you to our local communities for their continued loyalty, passion and commitment to excellence.”

Over the past 30 years, Hager has built a strong community of over 20,000 installers and contractors across the UK. This tour will allow the team to meet the HagerGang and offer customers the chance to bag themselves a range of #HagerGang merchandise.

From 17 July to 6 September, the HagerGang is going on tour in a fully branded truck. The merch store will be visiting 40 different wholesalers in 40 different locations. Hager is inviting electricians, installers and contractors from across those regions and beyond to come along.

In exchange for any Hager products purchased in store, customers will qualify for free HagerGang merchandise, including t-shirts, hoodies, water bottles and its famous blue screwdrivers.

Hager says, “Our customers are absolutely integral to our business. We’re fully committed to providing the best possible service to them and seeing how we can evolve and enhance our product offering to better fulfil their needs. The HagerGang tour is a fantastic opportunity for us to connect with our customers face to face and develop our already well-established community relationships.”

Click here for more info and to view tour dates and locations.

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