Golf ball promotion aims to drive Sadolin woodcare sales

Published:  11 September, 2015

Free TaylorMade golf balls are being offered to entrants of Sadolin’s final Golden Ticket promotion of 2015, in a bid to drive sales of the company’s woodcare brand among merchants and specialist decorating outlets.

All trade outlets stocking Sadolin products can register to take part in Golden Ticket promotions and reward their woodcare customers with regular ‘giveaways’.

Participation also gives outlets the opportunity to enter Golden Ticket Draws to win £100 Capital Bond Vouchers.

This year, to celebrate ‘Ten Years of Golden Ticket’, there’s an additional special Anniversary Draw, with 10 high value prizes to be won.

To take part in this autumn’s golf ball giveaway Sadolin trade outlets need to place an order for a minimum of 50 litres of Sadolin including 10 litres of Sadolin Classic and 10 litres of Sadolin Extra (excluding Sadolin Timberstain and Shed & Fence Protection) between 1 August and 30 September (or until promotional stocks are exhausted).

In return for each qualifying order, the outlet will receive a Golden Ticket kit containing ten packs of TaylorMade golf balls to give away to Sadolin customers during the promotional period.

Each kit will also contain merchandising material to highlight the promotion in store and a free box of biscuits to share with the team.

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