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Published: Monday, 09.02.2015

BAUHAUS, LOGOCLIC and shoppers donate to SOS Children's Village Croatia

Bauhaus has supported and promoted social responsibility in the community for many years now. In the light of its 15th ANNIVERSARY OF OPERATIONS IN CROATIA, which will be celebrated in December, Bauhaus decided to begin this anniversary year with a donation project.

 In the period between February 1 and December 12, 2015, Bauhaus will run the ANNIVERSARY DONATION MARATHON in association with the respected German company Kronoflooring GmbH – for every package of laminate floorboards LOGOCLIC VINTO Pine (pattern 5529) sold during this period, Bauhaus will donate 5 kuna to the SOS Children's Village Croatia (Lekenik, Ladimirevci).
For the purposes of this donation marathon, LOGOCLIC has chosen the attractive pattern VINTO Pine from its exclusive laminate series “Edition”. The pine-patterned floorboards have the dimensions of 1.285 x 192 x 8 mm, class 32, one package has 2.22 m2 of panels, and the price per square meter is 99.90 kuna.
All Bauhaus outlets sell the necessary skirting rails and footfall sound underlays. BAUHAUS also offers the service of laminate laying.
Join the campaign and support SOS Children's Village Croatia!

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