Rev-A-Shelf celebrates 40-year anniversary with 40 days of giveaways including trip to KBIS '24

LOUISVILLE, Ky.— Rev-A-Shelf, the pioneer in the storage, organization, and lighting industry, announces its 40-year anniversary celebration, marking four decades of innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction. 

To commemorate this milestone, Rev-A-Shelf is launching an exciting 40-day giveaway event, culminating in the grand prize, an all-expenses-paid trip for two to the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) 2024.

All participants for this extraordinary giveaway will be exclusively selected from the leads gathered at KBIS 2023. Rev-A-Shelf believes in celebrating with those who have been an integral part of its journey, and KBIS 2023 attendees stand as a testament to the company's growth and success.

For 40 days, from November 22 to January 1, 2024, Rev-A-Shelf will give away prizes every day. The giveaways include luggage and backpacks filled with exclusive Rev-A-Shelf swag, gift cards, and an array of Rev-A-Shelf products that have made the company the industry leader, each carefully selected to reflect the company's commitment to excellence.

The grand prize, a trip for two to KBIS 2024, promises an unforgettable experience for the lucky winners, said David Noe, General Manager at Rev-A-Shelf. KBIS is the premier event for kitchen and bath professionals, offering a sneak peek into the industry's latest trends, innovations, and cutting-edge products.

"We are thrilled to celebrate 40 years of success and innovation with our valued customers," said Noe. "The 40 Days of Giveaways is our way of expressing gratitude for our continued support over the years. We look forward to sharing this milestone with our community and giving back to those who have contributed to our success."

For a weekly list of winners and to learn more about the prizes, visit https://rev-a-shelf.com/celebrate-40-years-of-excellence-give-away and follow Rev-A-Shelf on social media for updates and special announcements throughout the celebration.

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