Selco gives tradespeople the perfect platform

Published:  21 April, 2015

Tradespeople will be offered an opportunity to promote their business to an audience of tens of thousands for free.

Builders’ merchant, Selco Builders Warehouse, is giving away two weeks of free radio advertising in a competition which will have six winners.

Selco is running the competition in conjunction with Free Radio and tradespeople across the West Midlands will be eligible to enter.

Selco Builders Warehouse has five branches in the West Midlands at Tyburn, Stirchley, Perry Barr, Tyseley and Dudley – while its support centre is based at Wythall in Birmingham.

Helen Gemmell, marketing director at Selco Builders Warehouse, said: “This is a fantastic chance for six lucky tradespeople to spread the message about their business far and wide across the West Midlands with the help of Free Radio.

“Selco is keen for tradespeople to be given the best possible platform to promote themselves and there is no better way than this. We would urge as many tradespeople as possible throughout the West Midlands to take the chance to win this fantastic prize.”

Entry will involve completing a form on the Free Radio website until 26 April.

The advertisements will then be produced and recorded for free and played on the radio station between 2 May and 17 May.

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