On your marks, get set…

Published:  27 August, 2014

Jewson has partnered with Milwaukee to launch a once-in-a-lifetime competition.

From 22 August to 5 October 2014, all Jewson customers that spend £100 excluding VAT on purchasing Milwaukee products will be entitled to enter into a prize draw to win an adrenaline fuelled pillion ride with Tommy Bridewell or Josh Brookes from the Milwaukee Yamaha British Superbike Team.

Once qualified for the promotion, Jewson customers are encouraged to visit the webpage www.jewsoncompetition.co.uk and enter their details along with the invoice or receipt number to be in with a chance of winning. As well as the opportunity to win a pillion ride around the track with a rider from the Milwaukee Yamaha British Superbike Team, entrants into the promotion will also have the opportunity to win a variety of other racing themed prizes.

Prizes include VIP tickets to the final race of the British Superbike season at Brands Hatch in Kent and a selection of race jackets, fleece jackets and racing polo shirts.

Trevor Chapman, regional tool hire director at Jewson, said: “Jewson Tool Hire is proud to be one of the sponsors of the Milwaukee Yamaha British Superbike team for 2014, as part of our commitment to supporting great British sport. Our latest promotion is our way of sharing this excitement and passion - and to give one lucky customer the chance of a lifetime.”

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