A sales promotion that Sadolin customers will warm to

Published:  17 October, 2016

Now that autumn is here, Sadolin is rolling out its latest promotion, inviting all stockists registered to participate in its popular ‘Golden Ticket’ campaign to boost their premium woodcare sales with a timely customer giveaway.

During the promotional period, which runs until 31 October, all participating merchants and specialist decorating outlets will be able to hand over a free black Sadolin body warmer as a reward to customers buying five litres or more of any Sadolin woodcare product (with the exception of Timberstain).

Special Golden Ticket packs, including ten body warmers to give away, will be sent to stockists every time they place an order for at least 50 litres of selected Sadolin woodcare products during the campaign period, or whilst promotional stocks last.

The Golden Ticket packs also include point of sale material, a tin of biscuits to be shared by staff, and an entry into the national Golden Ticket prize draw to win £100 worth of One4All reward vouchers that can be spent in over 21,000 outlets nationwide and online.

Sadolin brand manager Sharon Smith said: “This is the time of year when decorators are trying to finish off their outdoor decorating and maintenance jobs and move onto indoor projects.

“Whatever they’re working on right now, all your Sadolin customers will appreciate a free black body warmer, so get your Golden Ticket orders in now whilst stocks last.”

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