Renault Kangoo ZE and other prizes up for grabs with Schneider Electric

From September through to December, contractors purchasing a range of products from the Schneider Electric portfolio will receive a scratchcard inside the packaging, which will reveal if they have won and provide a unique code.
 
By simply logging in to the promotional website at www.vantasticrewards.co.uk and inputting the code, contractors will discover what prize they have won and be automatically entered into a draw to be in with a chance of winning a brand new electric van.
 
Entrants have a fantastic one in 10 chance of winning thousands of instant prizes,  ranging from a travel mug to  brand new iPads, experience days or shopping vouchers. If not an instant winner, contractors can still enter the prize draw to win the van, by inputting the code on their scratchcard into the site.
 
Tim Barber, customer marketing manager at Schneider Electric, said, ‘We know it’s a tough market out there for our installers which is why we have launched the ‘Simply Vantastic’ promotion; helping to reward contractors on a day-to-day basis.
 
‘With a one in 10 chance of winning a prize, and for one lucky winner a brand new state-of-the-art electric van up for grabs, we hope the installers will get involved, fill in their details and be in with a chance of winning a Vantastic prize!’
 
Also included with the EV van is Schneider Electric’s sleek and easy to use, EVlink residential charging solution, ensuring charging of the vehicle can be done safely and with ease.
 
Products containing winning scratchcards will be available from a nationwide network of Schneider Electric stockists from September until 31st December 2013.

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