Caster Communications Welcomes New Client Electrolux
With a legacy of award-winning sustainability and design paired with its Scandinavian heritage, Electrolux delivers beautiful appliances for homes and commercial kitchens. Placing the consumer at the heart of everything they do, Electrolux is committed to shaping living for the better by reinventing taste, care and wellbeing experiences, making life more enjoyable and sustainable for millions of people.
At KBIS, Electrolux is hosting a Small Changes. Big Transformations. Event to show sustainable cooking and design practices. On January 21 in booth #N2346, the event will showcase Electrolux’s new kitchen suite of appliances, complemented by cooking demos by zero waste chef and author Max La Manna, and a talk by award-winning designer Susan Hill. Attendees will sample food and drink, participate in giveaways, and can learn more about a new program for designers by Electrolux.
“Sustainability is a growing focus as companies seek ways to reduce their footprint, and become a partner for professionals and families who want to do the same. Electrolux has a legacy of sustainability leadership, and have partnered with us to share their story at KBIS,” said Caster President and Founder Kimberly Lancaster. “With new products on the way and an exciting program for eco-conscious designers, we’re excited to bring Electrolux into the spotlight at KBIS.”
Reach out to the Electrolux PR team to book an appointment or RSVP to the event.
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