Reisser relic rewarded

Reisser was delighted to present a loyal customer with brand new equipment on Monday, following a recent picture posted on Instagram which caught the brand’s attention.  The image, depicting an extremely worn out and battered-looking Reisser Steel screw Case, was captioned by its owner Kevin Sharkey as having been on every job he’d ever done since he originally rescued the case from a skip over a decade ago. Kevin Sharkey and Robert Mathews

Touched by the sentiment of Kevin’s post, the Reisser UK team contacted its office in Ireland who sent sales director, Robert Mathews, to pay a visit to the experienced Stillorgan, Co Dublin-based Carpenter, and to present him with a brand new Steel Case. It was filled with Cutter Woodscrews as well as a Crate Mate SSC2 storage system, as a token of appreciation.

Commenting on the new items, Mr Sharkey said, “It’s brilliant and completely unexpected to be visited by Robert and being given a shiny new case and Crate Mate”. Mr Sharkey added, “My company uses these products pretty much on a daily basis, so it’s nice to meet someone from the company and to join #TeamCrateMate.”

“We at Reisser couldn’t let such a great story and loyal customer go unrewarded,” adds Charles Ledigo, chairman of Reisser.

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