Ford in Britain is offering a million Nectar points, plus five prizes of 100,000 Nectar points, in a prize draw that runs until the end of July 2004. The offer is open to customers who bring their cars in for service or repair to Ford dealers or Ford Rapid Fit, the award winning fast-fit network for all makes of car.
Customers already earn Nectar points with Ford and participating Rapid Fit outlets every time they pay for servicing, repairs and MoT tests. Now, they will be automatically entered in the million-point prize draw as well.
With a million Nectar points you could, for example, make eight return trips to Australia, enjoy 200 gourmet meals at top restaurants, or enjoy a movie or game from Blockbuster every night for over five years! And with the five runner-up prizes of 100,000 Nectar points, you could make eight return trips from London to Paris on Eurostar, or choose from a huge range of exciting adventure experiences, top quality electrical goods and a lot more besides.
Ford is the only vehicle manufacturer that offers Nectar points – and even those motorists who don’t have a Ford can still earn points at participating Rapid Fit outlets, whatever make of car they own.
Ford has over 600 service and repair workshops, plus 300 Rapid Fit branches in the UK. Rapid Fit provides a wide range of fast-fit services and MoT testing for any make of car, as well as full vehicle servicing and specialised, scheduled servicing for Ford vehicles. Earlier this year, the network was voted ‘Carmaker Fast-Fit of the Year’ in the prestigious AM Awards.
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