Pagid offers £10,000 workshop upgrade with ‘Workshop Winners’ promotion

Published:  12 June, 2017

Braking brand Pagid, part of TMD Friction, is to give a UK workshop a £10,000 upgrade via its Workshop Winners campaign, taking place this summer.

Workshop Winners is open to any workshop that orders a Pagid product through Euro Car Parts throughout June and July.

The grand prize winner will receive a workshop upgrade worth £10,000. They will be able to choose from the biggest range and best workshop equipment from Euro Car Parts Workshop Solutions, and Pagid will pick up the tab.

At the same time hundreds of instant wins will also be on offer,  including 18-piece pneumatic wind back toolsets, 10-piece pro brake toolsets, Workshop Winners t-shirts and A3 retro signs.

Sadie Jonas, Business Development Director IAM at TMD Friction said: "I cannot wait to see the change this prize makes to the lucky grand prize winner, but Workshop Winners won’t just reward one UK workshop – as we will see hundreds of prizes given out to Pagid customers throughout June and July."

Entrants to Workshop Winners must register their purchases at pagidwinners.com/enter and keep hold of invoices for proof of purchase, if selected as a winner.

Find out more at pagidwinners.com. 

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