JB Kind sales director Simon Johnson presents winner Robert Cook with his new TV.

Football sweepstake winners named

Published:  01 August, 2014

The winners of JB Kind’s football sweepstake have been announced.

After receiving their free sweepstake wall-chart in May's edition of Builders' Merchant News (BMN), 11 lucky readers have been crowned as winners. First prize – a 47" LG LED TV – was awarded to Robert Cook, technical representative at Building & Plumbing Supplies, Dorline.

"I'm having an excellent July," said Mr Cook. "I've won this brilliant prize thanks to JB Kind and BMN – and I'm getting married! Not a bad month's work."

The following winners, meanwhile, have each won the runner-up prize of a Brazil team shirt:

  1. Bence Builders Merchants – Cheltenham
  2. Kent Blaxill – Colchester
  3. MGM Timber – Glasgow
  4. Richard Williams – Ruthin
  5. South Coast Building Supplies – Bournemouth
  6. LBS Builders Merchants – Llandeilo
  7. Wrayways – Harrogate
  8. JT Atkinson – Northallerton
  9. Coomers – Haslemere
  10. C&W Berry – Leyland.

"We hope you've had some fun with our football competition over the summer,” said JB Kind sales director Simon Johnson. “We've certainly enjoyed handing out the prizes! Thanks to BMN for including our competition in their magazine; we're glad we could offer the opportunity to all of their readers.

"If you missed out winning anything in this competition, keep an eye out for the next JB Kind competition – you never know your luck!"

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