Salus drives Facebook launch with Ferrari thrill competition

Published:  04 March, 2011

COATBRIDGE: Determined to take heating controls to a new level, Salus has launched an official Facebook page to engage with its growing band of installers and merchants.

To celebrate its launch, Salus is offering fans of its Facebook page the opportunity to win the drive of a lifetime with FIVE Ferrari Thrill experience days up for gabs.


Fans of the Facebook page can stay connected to receive regular updates on product news, forthcoming events, YouTube videos, company announcements and special offers.

Renowned for being innovative in the field of heating controls, Salus will be one of the first heating control manufacturers to use Facebook to directly connect with its audience and firmly recognises its value as a communications tool.

“Our aim is to make life easier for installers and networking via Facebook presents an exciting opportunity,” explains Dean Jepson, managing director of Salus. “By encouraging installers and merchants to engage with the brand in an informal environment, Salus can ultimately enhance these relationships.”


For all visitors who visit and ‘like’ its Facebook page before 30 April 2011, Salus is offering five lucky winners the chance to test their driving skills and win a Ferrari Thrill day. Courtesy of Virgin Experience and worth over £100 each, each lucky winner have the chance to sit behind the wheel of one of the most famous names in motor racing, and be able to put it through its paces over several laps.

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