Golden Ticket Competition launched by Worcester

Published:  20 February, 2012

WORCESTER: As part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, Worcester, Bosch Group has launched a nationwide golden ticket campaign. Five of Worcester’s award-winning Greenstar boilers, picked at random by managing director Carl Arntzen have been inserted with a commemorative golden ticket before distribution to stockists across the UK.

Those installers who discover a golden ticket when they come to fit the new boiler will reward their customer with £1000 towards the cost of their boiler installation, plus a five year manufacturer’s guarantee.

Worcester will also pay each winning installer to carry out servicing over the course of the boiler’s lifespan, while they will also be rewarded with £200 worth of Bosch power tools after unearthing a golden ticket.

The national promotion is just one of the activities Worcester has planned throughout 2012, with a number of employee, trade and consumer initiatives on offer to celebrate the company’s 50 year heritage.

Carl Arntzen, managing director of Bosch Thermotechnology, commented: “The 50th anniversary is such an important milestone for us at Worcester and we want to involve everyone in our celebrations this year. The golden ticket competition is sure to be eventful as we genuinely have no idea where in the UK the five special boilers will be delivered to or how long it will be until our five tickets have been discovered.

“I urge all installers across the UK to make their customers aware of the fantastic prize on offer. Anyone who is looking to replace their current boiler this year is in with a chance of winning and it could be one of their customers.”

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