Spirotech has announced a new SpiroVent promotion, giving heating engineers the chance to win a hot air balloon experience.
Until 31 May 2018, every time engineers buy a product from the SpiroVent range, they can send their receipt as proof of purchase, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, to enter the prize draw. Each engineer can submit as many entries as they like, while the promotion is running, to increase their chance of winning.
The promotion is part of Spirotech’s campaign reminding engineers of the importance of removing air from a heating system.
Kevan Peaker, UK business unit director at Spirotech, said: “Our latest campaign aims to remind installers that there’s a place for air, and a heating system isn’t one of them. As microbubbles can contribute to an unhealthy environment where debris can form, it’s important that installers are educating homeowners on the importance of deaeration, and investing in quality products which will help offer their customers the very best in efficiency.”
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