Sprue Aegis plc
(“Sprue”, the “Group” or the “Company”)
Sprue launches Check the Date campaign
Sprue (AIM: SPRP), one of Europe’s leading developers and suppliers of home safety products, announces the launch this week of its national Check the Date campaign to raise awareness of the recommendation by the UK Fire and Rescue services to replace all smoke alarms after ten years. The Check the Date campaign aims to educate home owners and landlords of the need to check and replace their smoke alarms after ten years.
The Check the Date campaign coincides with National Burns Awareness Day and is being promoted across numerous social media platforms to maximise its impact. Further information on the campaign can be found on the dedicated Check the Date website: www.fireangel.co.uk/check-the-date
Graham Whitworth, Executive Chairman of Sprue Aegis, commented:
“The Check the Date campaign is important to remind people to replace out of date smoke alarms and keep people safe in their homes. This campaign has a very simple but very important message.
For further information, please contact:
|Sprue Aegis plc||02477 717 700|
|Graham Whitworth, Executive Chairman
Neil Smith, Group Chief Executive
John Gahan, Group Finance Director
Jeremy Garcia / Fiona Henson / Natalie Jones
|020 7830 9701|
|Stockdale Securities||020 7601 6100|
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About Sprue Aegis plc
Sprue’s mission is to protect, save and improve our customers’ lives by making innovative, leading edge technology simple and accessible. Sprue is one of the market leaders in the European home safety products market and launched its own connected homes product proposition at the end of 2016.
Sprue’s principal products are smoke alarms, CO alarms and accessories. The Company has an extensive portfolio of patented intellectual property in Europe, the US and other selected territories. Products are sold under Sprue’s leading brands of FireAngel, FireAngel Pro, SONA, AngelEye and FireAngel Connect. For further product information, please visit: www.sprue.com
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