Win a day in the fast lane with Worcester’s cash-back promotion

Published:  21 January, 2015

Worcester, Bosch Group has kicked off the new year with the launch of a cash-back cylinder promotion, which also includes the chance for installers to win a trip to Britain’s most famous race track.

Under the scheme, heating engineers are now able to claim £100 cash-back upon purchasing a Greenstore high-efficiency unvented cylinder. At this point, installers will also be entered into a prize draw to win one of 18 Silverstone Challenge Days where they will get the chance to drive some of the world’s fastest, and most iconic cars.

Martyn Bridges, director of marketing and technical support at Worcester, said: “This cash-back scheme rewards installers who integrate complete system solutions into homes nationwide. It’s a fantastic opportunity for installers to be personally rewarded, while also helping their customers to achieve greater energy efficiency in their homes.

Worcester’s latest promotion re-visits an initiative first launched in 2013, which saw five lucky winners experience life in the fast lane.

The cash-back offer applies to Greenstore unvented cylinders purchased between 1 January and 30 June, 2015.

For more information on Worcester’s cash-back cylinder promotion and Silverstone competition, visit

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