On the 26 May, Worcester Bosch introduced its own Strava Club as part of its celebration around the newly-released Greenstar 4000 boiler range. Titled the Worcester Bosch Greenstar 4000 Relay, the Club’s aim is to reach a collective 4,000 miles between launch date and the 31 July.
Aimed to get the industry moving as much as possible the target is a collective 4,000 miles to be travelled between now and 31 July. So far the club has travelled 2016 miles, with the activity undertaken ranging from cycling, running and swimming.
For those getting involved, there are three monthly prizes consisting of a Worcester Bosch-branded Thermal Bottle and t-shirt, where a random draw is taken towards the end of each month.
However, the grand prize at the end of the relay is a brand-new Greenstar 4000 boiler. The top 20 installer athletes will all be entered into a prize draw for a chance to win the prize.
Nicola Fisher, PR manager for Worcester Bosch commented: “We’re encouraging installers across the country to get involved and help us reach 4,000 miles and beyond by the end of July.”
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