Heatrae Sadia’s leading unvented hot water cylinder brand, Megaflo, has launched a Christmas campaign asking people to share the ways they have helped to #SpreadWarmth this year. The best stories will be rewarded with an exciting prize bundle.
With 2020 being a challenging year for many, the #SpreadWarmth campaign aims to celebrate people’s good deeds. Installers will be encouraged to share their feel-good stories, from attending emergency hot water cylinder breakdown callouts to help vulnerable people, to helping their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
All you need to do is submit your good deed by using the hashtag #SpreadWarmth on social media from 16 November until 14 December. A winner will be selected each week of the four-week campaign. It’s open to all so let your family, friends, and customers know about it too so they can be in it to win it.
Those who enter will be in with a chance of bagging one of four different bundles containing a variety of winter warming goodies to enjoy at home. Each bundle contains one large prize such as a SONOS Move smart speaker, a 55” TV, an Xbox or a Lay-Z-Spa, along with a winter survival kit consisting of a Chilly’s 300ml insulated food pot, a pair of North Face gloves, a North Face beanie hat and a HoMedics heated back-massaging car seat cushion.
Andy Workman, UK sales director, at Heatrea Sadia, said: “Everyone has worked extremely hard during what has been a very difficult year due to the coronavirus pandemic. This is especially true for the essential work that installers do which can provide a lifeline for many vulnerable people, particularly in winter when heating and hot water is so important.
“This is why we want to reward people for their acts of kindness this year, and as our way of showing appreciation, we are inviting everyone to tell us how they have #SpreadWarmth in 2020. It doesn’t matter how large or small the act, the #SpeadWarmth campaign aims to celebrate any good deed. We look forward to seeing the submissions and best of luck to all the entrants.”