Jewson looks to score with new football campaign

Published:  09 June, 2016

Jewson has teamed up with ex-England international, Dion Dublin, to launch its summer campaign, which will tap into the football fever due to sweep the country.

The Jewson Back of the Net promotion will give trade professionals the chance to win £500,000 worth of holidays. As well as the headline holidays, there’s also some great prizes to be won from Greggs, Bet Fair, Hungry Horse pubs, Papa John’s Pizzas and sports nutrition company, PAS.

To enter, Jewson customers can collect their Back of the Net scratch card from any one of over 600 UK branches after making a purchase of two or more separate items in a single transaction.

Mr Dublin said: “This is going to be a great summer of football. But one thing that will make it better is winning some fantastic prizes in the Jewson Back of the Net promotion.

“Back of the Net allows Jewson to reward its loyal customers with some great prizes, so get yourself to one of the branches to collect yours.”

Tony Munro, marketing services director at Jewson, said: “We created Back of the Net to reward our customers during the season of sport. We recognise that customers have a strong love of football, and in a summer when England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are all involved, it makes sense to tap into the excitement the tournament will inevitably generate.”

The Back of the Net promotion runs from 6 June to 12 July. Terms and conditions apply. For full details visit

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