The Parts Alliance has completed the first of the weekly draws in September’s ‘The Big Gadget Giveaway’ promotion.
Garages across the country have won a choice of thousands of pounds worth of top technology.
Amongst the many winners are Broadway Auto Centres (a customer of Allparts Slough) and Gowland Motor Service (Waterloo Bridlington), who will choose their preference from a prize pot including a JVC 55” LED TV, an Apple iPad Air, an HP laptop or a Sony PS5 games console.
Other prizes include a Lenovo tablet or smart display, BT Premium WiFi system or Apple Watch, and garages such as Paddock Motors (PA Exeter), Whitehall Service Centre (SC Thanet) and Enterprise Tyre & Exhausts (GMF Neath) can look selecting their chosen prize.
More gadgets such as noise-cancelling headphones, bluetooth speakers, fitness trackers and coffee machines have also been won by a multitude of workshops.
The ‘Big Gadget Giveaway’ is running nationwide through Allparts, Bromsgrove Motor Factors, BBC Superfactors, BMS Superfactors, Car Parts & Accessories, CES, GMF Motor Factors, GSF Car Parts, SAS Autoparts, SC Motor Factors, The Parts Alliance (South West) and Waterloo Motor Trade.
“We’re delighted to see ‘The Big Gadget Giveaway’ generating such interest,” said Simon Moore, Head of Marketing at The Parts Alliance. “Congratulations to the initial winners, we look forward to announcing many more in the next few weeks.”
The weekly prize draws will continue throughout September. To be entered, customers simply need to place any order for £50 plus VAT or more with their local branch, with each qualifying order generating its own entry.
With autumn’s arrival, and all of us facing the prospect of spending more time indoors, prizes like games consoles, TVs, computer hardware and WiFi upgrades can all provide a valuable boost. Meanwhile wireless headphones, Fitbit fitness tracker and wireless earbuds are perfect personal rewards for hardworking garage staff battling through a busy period.
Garages can find out more simply by contacting their nearest participating branch.