Put Your Name In The Hat For Our Christmas Giveaway

We can barely contain our excitement – Christmas is coming! And because we have that festive feeling we have decided to celebrate by hosting a special “12 Days of Christmas” prize draw.

If one of our sales consultants has visited you or you have received a quote from Hazlemere this sales year and you have not yet placed an order, then now is the time to do so.

You may shortly receive a Christmas card/promotional offer through the letterbox letting you know that if you place an order between 1st and 12th December you will automatically be entered into the draw.

We have some fabulous prizes on offer, including the top prize; £500 worth of John Lewis gift vouchers.

Second prize is the John Lewis ‘Spirit of Christmas’ hamper (worth £100) which includes Prosecco, chocolate, Christmas pudding and a whole host of other tasty treats, with the third-placed prize being Champagne and chocolates (to the value of £50).

The draw will take place on Monday 19th December when the lucky winners will be announced.

So, if you’ve been contemplating improving your home for 2017, this is the perfect time to do it and potentially walk away with an added Christmas bonus.

Hazlemere has also decided to give something back during our “12 Days of Christmas” giveaway as we’ll be supporting 12 different charities on 12 consecutive working days (i.e. one different charity each day). You can find each of the charities listed on the back of the card.

Don’t let this unique opportunity pass you by.

 

 

 

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