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Keith Isaac M.W.
06/11/2020


When we put out a short statement in March about how we were open for business and here to help, none of us could really have foreseen having to write a similar note in early November. It is as the joke goes like déjà vu all over again.

We can at least see an end in sight, at least we hope we can in the first days of December when the public will be so tired of restrictions and less scared than in the spring that they will go out and celebrate. As in the early part of the year, we are here to help.

We still have plenty of stock in LCB, indeed have taken on some new lines to fill gaps in the portfolio, so can supply at any level of the market. The office is open and manned, and the sales team are working remotely and so able to assist with any queries; and we have webinars with a few of our producers if you are looking for any fresh ideas.

The world will get back to normal even if at times it is hard to see when that might be.

In the meantime, do keep safe, and please get in touch if we can help.

 Keith Isaac M.W.

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