Schneider Electric Ultimate Installer wins Ultimate Spring Break

Following hot on the heels of the success of ‘Simply VanTastic’, the promotion saw all contractors who purchased from a range of eligible Schneider Electric products entered into the chance to win the Ultimate Spring Break, as well as thousands of instant win prizes.

Running from March to June 2014, upon purchase, each entrant received a scratchcard to enter the prize draw to win £3,000 vouchers to spend on the holiday of their dreams.

The promotion proved a resounding success, with just short of 2,000 participants. However, there could only be one crowning winner; revealed to be Paul Bavester of Bavester Electrical, Pontefract. This month Paul, whose winning card was in a two gang weatherproof socket purchased from YESSS Castleford, was presented with his vouchers.

In addition, the first instalment of the EZ Rewards promotion has proven to be a win-win for Schneider Electric customers with thousands of entrants also receiving instant prizes, ranging from branded goodies, experience days or shopping vouchers.

Tim Barber, distribution programme marketing manager at Schneider Electric said, ‘As a business committed to giving back to our loyal customers, it is fantastic to see such an overwhelming response to this latest promotion.’

Paul Bavester of Bavester Electrical commented, ‘I am absolutely over the moon. As an Ultimate installer, I’m always buying lots of Schneider Electric gear but it didn’t really cross my mind that I might win something, it’s just fantastic. I’ve already sorted my holiday this year, so we are putting the money towards our holiday for next year to Florida.’

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