Everest’s Ronnie the Robot diary update

Ronnie's Diary Update

Not being able to talk hasn’t stopped Ronnie from having endless adventures since our new Everest uPVC windows sparked him back to life last month.

In fact, so busy is Ronnie’s schedule that he’s taken to making tick lists, as seen in our most recent TV ad, and carrying around a diary – a diary that he felt compelled to share with us.

Here are some of the highlights from Ronnie’s last month: View all of this post >

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Everest windows – Launching our Sales Academy: Part I

What’s so special about Wednesday 24th September?

Well… for Everest, it’s actually a pretty big day.

Only a short distance away from our Head Offices in Cuffley, we will be opening our first ever National Sales Academy. This new centre, which includes state of the art facilities, will serve as the nationwide hub for all sales training of our 1,200+ employees. As such, it will become a focal point for our leading specialists to base themselves, allowing them to implement their wisdom to every member of our extensive sales team. View all of this post >

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Top five autumn vegetables to plant in your garden now

The Vegetable Awards

As a nation, we Brits have developed a much more health-conscious mentality over recent years. Gone are the days when stale beer and cigarettes provide our main intake every weekend and, instead, people are embracing hikes, runs, competitive sports and yoga.

Whatever our extra-curricular activities, there is one thing that we now know for certain. The most important thing to help maintain our health, the condition of our skin, our energy levels and our mood is the food that we choose to consume. In fact, many leading nutritionists such as Shawn M. Talbott now claim that as long as our diet is right then exercise, although beneficial, is not as integral to maintaining good health as we used to believe.

There’s just one problem – we’ve entered autumn and the increasingly cold weather that leads us towards winter has been proven to increase people’s desire to eat unhealthily, opting for “cheat foods,” processed foods and foods with unnatural sugars rather than fruits and vegetables, which help support our body. View all of this post >

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