THE RACE IS ON WITH IDEAL BATHROOMS

Published:  20 January, 2016

In 2015, bathroom retailers took part in Ideal Bathrooms’ highly popular “Race to Dubai” incentive. This year Ideal Bathrooms are going a step further with the new “Race to Mauritius”! There are tropical beaches, pure white sand, and sapphire waters for beach lovers. There’s a world of natural wonder, culture, history, adventure, sports, spas and shopping. Tropical luxury and extravagance at its best – and Ideal Bathrooms’ retailers could be there.

The incentive works the same as last year. However, it will be running for the full 12 months of 2016, with all orders placed from the 1st January going towards an individual’s turnover target. The more the retailer orders, the closer they move to joining Ideal Bathrooms for a stunning trip of a lifetime.

Following registration, customers are set an individual target and are then ready to start their race. Each customer has their own unique race microsite to check their progress over the year until the finish date of 24th December 2016.

“The concept of ‘The Race to ….’ certainly struck a chord with our retailers” says Ideal Bathrooms’ Commercial Director, Danielle Lillis. “This year’s incentive retains the same theme which proved so exciting last year, and the beauty and luxury on offer in Mauritius will undoubtedly be a huge attraction to all those with a love for travel to amazing destinations. We look forward to receiving registrations from existing and new customers who would like to join us in our ‘Race to Mauritius.”

To sign up for the Race to Mauritius simply visit Mauritius.idealbathrooms.com

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