Wienerberger launches digital scratch cards

Published:  22 September, 2015

To encourage greater understanding of its clay block system, Porotherm, Wienerberger is offering digital scratch cards and the opportunity to win up to £250 for everyone who signs up for the free half day’s training course.

Individuals can sign up for the free course via the Porotherm discovery hub.

Scratch cards are received by simply signing up for a half-day Porotherm training session, one of the many free-to-use resources available via the Porotherm discovery hub. If successful, entrants have a chance of winning from a range of Amazon vouchers up to a value of £250.

By using the discovery hub, builders are able to see why Porotherm is becoming such a popular system in the UK construction market and why they should get themselves trained in how to build with the system.

The portal hosts technical documents and provides links to a series of training documents, which can be downloaded for free and a series of ‘how to’ videos, which can be streamed directly from the hub. To dismiss any misconceptions around building with Porotherm, Wienerberger has also included answers to frequently asked questions and testimonials from builders who are already using the system.

Richard Brown, category marketing manager at Wienerberger, said: “We are delighted to be launching the digital scratch cards as they add a little fun to signing up to the training. The hub is a great resource and helps individuals from all aspects of the industry. Good luck to everyone who gets a scratch card!”

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