Spring giveaway: Waterproof workwear
February 22, 2020
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February 22, 2020
As the season changes from winter to spring you and your team can get caught out in April showers. To keep you warm and comfortable at work, we are giving away two sets of personalised waterproofs to combat the damp weather.
It’s essential to stay dry when working outside or going between jobs to ensure you make the most of your working day, so why not enter to be in for the chance of winning.
The waterproofs will have both your company logo and the Checkatrade logo embroidered onto it. What a great way to stay dry and market your business at the same time!
Once the competition closes, a winner will be chosen at random and contacted to arrange embroidery.
All you have to do is simply click the link below and answer our question.
“Which month has the most rain in the UK?”
Terms and conditions can be found here for our spring competition
The competition closes on Thursday 9th April 2020 at midnight Good Luck!
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