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mr Lincrusta
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Post by mr Lincrusta » Thu Nov 11, 2010 11:29 am

Hi All,

I am the Lincrusta Technical & Development manager, I work for the manufacturers of Lincrusta In the United Kingdom, I have registered on this site, to give the National Guild of Proffessional Paperhangers a resource and contact for any Lincrusta questions and queries.

I am Time served Master Painter and Decorator and have plied my trade all over the world, also I have been a college Lecturer teaching Painting and Decorating in the UK.
My New roll is to Train our Lincrusta installers, Distributors, Lecturers and advise on projects all over the world.

So if you would like to talk go to www.lincrusta.com e mail me at andy.sarson@cwvgroup.com or call me on +44 7801 241 609.

I look forward to answer any questions regarding Lincrusta

Regards

Andy Sarson Lincrusta Technical & Development manager (UK) :good.gif:

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Aggie
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Re: Lincrusta

Post by Aggie » Thu Nov 11, 2010 6:47 pm

Welcome to BnB Andy. :thumbup1:

National Guild of Professional Paperhangers? I did not know there was one to be honest. I suspect you are referring to the one in the states are you :confused1:
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Post by mistcoat » Thu Nov 11, 2010 8:29 pm

Ahh, hello Mr Sarson. You are true to your word and registered here. Welcome to BnB.
Good marketing Colin :wink:

It was good to meet you at the show, hope you get some interest.
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Re: Lincrusta

Post by mikethebrush » Mon Nov 22, 2010 10:13 pm

welcome Lincrusta

nice to know that lincrusta is still being used
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