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Win £250,000 cash and more with UK Worker of the Year competition

UK Worker of the Year competition has opened for entries.

Win £250,000 cash and more with UK Worker of the Year competition

In its seventh year, the competition is sponsored by Dickies in association with Honda and ASDA. Prizes include £250,000 cash, a Honda Jazz car, a Honda Crosstourer 1200cc motorbike, a Honda Marine Rib boat, a year’s free shopping at ASDA, a luxury holiday and much more.

The competition is open to anyone over the age of 17 who works. Where you work, your position or responsibilities doesn’t matter, you can nominate yourself, a colleague, friends or members of family that you believe deserve the recognition.

The UK Worker of the Year competition runs through till September and entries can be made on www.ukworkeroftheyear.com after answering two simple questions.

This is the seventh year Dickies have run the competition, with this year’s winners’ prize coming from associate sponsor, Honda, with a choice of Jazz car, Crosstourer motorbike, Rib boat with trailer or a luxury holiday worth £5000. ASDA will also give the winner a year’s free shopping, second place will have three months free shopping and £2000 worth of holiday vouchers, third place will receive a month’s free shopping and £1000 holiday vouchers.

To win £250,000 in cash you will need to predict the top six of a chosen British Superbike race at Brands Hatch in October, which will see the final gala event to announce the winner of the 2016 UK WOTY title.

Kirk Ehrlich, President of Williamson-Dickie Europe Ltd said: “We are delighted to have opened up this year’s competition and to have the exciting association with two outstanding brands such as ASDA and Honda make for a fantastic year for the UK Worker of the Year competition”.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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