Gold against the cold: Ring launches autumn-winter promotion

Published:  24 August, 2017

From September onwards, Ring will be hiding hundreds of golden tickets inside their H7 headlight bulb boxes, giving technicians the chance to win a selection of prizes, including workshop equipment, dash cameras and branded clothing.

Those who find a golden ticket need to visit www.ring-rewards.com and enter the code printed on the ticket, which will then reveal the prize they have won.

Ring will also be running a prize draw where the lucky winner will receive a workshop equipment bundle worth over £1,000. Anyone who fancies their chances can enter the prize draw which can also be found on www.ring-rewards.com

Henry Bisson, marketing manager at Ring says: “With faulty bulbs up there as one of the main reasons for vehicles failing a MOT, mechanics are sure to be fitting plenty of them this season. With that in mind, we came up with the Golden Bulb campaign to make this everyday task a little more exciting and to say thank you to our loyal customers for choosing to fit Ring.”

Motor factors are in the running to win too. Any motor factor who supplies a golden bulb to a garage will win vouchers for a popular pizza chain.

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