Daisy Distribution has launched an exciting promotion to reward a number of its partners with a luxury ski trip to the Alps in the spring of next year.
To be in with a chance of winning the prize, partners must collect as many ‘points’ as possible, which can be earned through purchasing any SIM-free Nokia device; and processing O2 new, resign and fixed line connections with Daisy Distribution.
The promotion runs between the 21st October and 24th January 2014 with the incentive trip to take place in March 2014.
At the end of the three months all partner points will be consolidated and Daisy Distribution will split them into one of three separate leagues based on the percentage contribution of each league to the overall point’s total. Each league will then be awarded a percentage of the overall incentive places available and winning partners will be drawn at random from each league. There are ten places in total to be won.
Julien Parven, Marketing Director at Daisy Distribution, said: “The incentive encourages all partners to take part thanks to the fair structuring of the competition.
“The leagues will be split at the end of the three months dependent on the overall contribution throughout the promotional period. We will then be allocating the percentage number of places to each league to ensure that we recognise the contribution of even the smallest partner and offer them a chance to participate and win.
“Ultimately, the competition is about increasing O2 connections and Nokia device sales. The more connections a partner makes and the more devices they purchase, the more points they will receive and the greater their chance of winning this fantastic prize.”
The final destination is yet to be confirmed, but the lucky winners will receive a three-night stay in one of the Alp’s most prestigious ski resorts, with transport, equipment and all entertainment provided.
A trip host will be on hand to ensure that partners will enjoy the best experience possible, and with opportunities for instruction the incentive will suit skiers of all levels as well as non-skiers wanting to experience skiing for the first time.
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