‘Try’ your luck and kick for cash with Biasi

Published:  10 August, 2011

WALSALL: Boiler manufacturer Biasi UK, will be kicking off the rugby season early by giving customers a chance to win a grand prize of £50 000 with any Biasi product between 18 July and 31 October 2011.

Customers will have the chance to win rugby shirts, mini rugby balls and a hospitality package for the Barbarians V Australia game at Twickenham on 26 November – as well as the chance to meet the stunning Biasi ‘Rugby Team’.

There are two great ways to win, along with a series of events across the country. For a chance to win the grand prize of £50,000, customers will need to scratch the card given with every Biasi purchase to reveal a winning message and register to claim the prize. But, even if they don’t win immediately, there is still a second chance get a prize.

The ‘spot the ball’ competition will have grid featured in the game card, customers will need to mark the box in where they think the ball has been placed. Then complete the tie break and fill out contact details along with a proof of purchase, which can be an invoice or barcode from the product packaging*.

Gren Ward managing director at Biasi said “We hope this competition will be a great way for the merchants to interact with their customers. This is an exciting time for Biasi and we hope this competition will lift the spirits of our merchants and customers alike as the rugby season approaches.”

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