Mainline launches Christmas promotion

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Mainline launches Christmas promotion

Everything Everywhere distributor Mainline’s Christmas promotion will give dealers the chance to win £100,000

Everything Everywhere distributor Mainline Digital Communications has launched its ’12 Days of Christmas’ promotion which gives dealers the chance to win £100,000.

The promotion is open to any dealer that orders a mobile device or accessory through Mainline until December 16.

As well as the 100,000 prize, dealers will also be able to win a Nintendo Wii games console, shopping vouchers, Fortnum and Mason hampers, champagne and Christmas turkeys, puddings and crackers.

Mainline director of dealer sales Gail Hollinshead (pictured) said: “Mainline wants to celebrate the end of the year with something really special and to add an extra festive bonus in this busy sales period.

“Through the promotion, dealers will be able to boost their revenue and win fantastic prizes. We wish them the best of luck in the competition and hope that 2012 gets off to a flying start.”

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