10,000 free gifts and 10 major prizes each month

Parts Plus, Ford’s national network of specialist parts wholesalers for the independent motor trade, is offering 10,000 free gifts and 10 major prizes each month during September, October and November. Customers will receive a gift and be eligible for a prize simply by ordering Ford or All-Makes parts worth £50 or more on any one invoice (£250 for bodyshops).

The ‘Autumn Windfall’ promotion provides four different gifts each month, ranging from travel clocks to FM torch radios. In addition to the gifts, Parts Plus customers will receive scratch cards giving them the chance to win one of 10 major prizes each month. There are 10 Super Compact DVD-Video Home Cinema Systems up for grabs in September, followed by 10 Digital Camcorders during October, then ten DVD Player-Recorders throughout November. There are also 300 runner-up prizes of top quality dartboards.

Richard Lanceman, Wholesale Marketing Manager at Ford, said: "The Autumn Windfall promotion underlines Ford’s commitment to the independent motor trade. We believe in rewarding the loyalty of our independent garage customers, who recognise the value of Parts Plus quality and reliability."

Further details of the Autumn Windfall promotion are provided in a special issue of Parts Plus magazine, which is distributed to 51,000 independent garages and workshops throughout the UK. Details can also be found on the Parts Plus website, ‘www.fordpartsplus.co.uk ’.

Published : 04/09/03 Author : Melanie Carter

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