‘ain’t no Pipe Dream…’ with JG Layflat

Published:  20 July, 2016

Installers and stockists still have more than two months to walk away with a £15,000 holiday, as part of JG Speedfit’s promotional giveaway, ‘ain’t no Pipe Dream…’ featuring JG Layflat pipe.

Whether you dream of an exotic holiday to the Caribbean, or a great adventure to Australia, JG Speedfit’s holiday prize gives installers the opportunity to tailor their own holiday worth £15k, once they purchase a coil of Layflat pipe. There are also a number of fortnightly prizes still up for grabs including a Merlin annual pass for a family of four, British Superbike VIP hospitality packages for two, city breaks and a Ticketmaster voucher worth £500.

So far, JG Speedfit has given away a list of prizes including a city break, a British Superbike VIP hospitality package, a Merlin Annual Pass for a family of four, a number of Ticketmaster and Love2shop vouchers and Speedfit goodie bags.

To enter the prize draw, installers simply need to complete and return the competition entry card found inside the promotional Layflat coil packs, or register online at www.speedfit-dreams.co.uk.

If you are a stockist, you could also be in with a chance of claiming one of the fortnightly prizes available. JG Speedfit is awarding £500 worth of Love2Shop vouchers to the stockist who sells the winning installer prize draw ticket. Stockists can also win £100 worth of Love2shop vouchers for the best in store photo of their ‘ain’t no Pipe Dream…’ point-of-sale display.

To enter via Twitter, tweet your photo to @JGSpeedfit using the hashtag #SpeedfitDream. Alternatively, you can send your photo to the marketing team via a sales rep or by emailing competiition@johnguest.co.uk.

The prize giveaway ends on 26 September.

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