Ancon and Ibstock present an iPad3 to their lucky Ecobuild draw winner
Paul Edmunds, Head of Facilities Management & Building Maintenance at Wolverhampton City Council is the lucky winner of an iPad3, courtesy of Ancon and Ibstock Brick.
Having correctly answered a touchscreen quiz located on the joint Ancon-Ibstock stand at Ecobuild 2012, Paul was entered into the prize draw and then selected at random from all the correct entries received.
The iPad3, engraved with a personal message from the two sponsors, was presented to Paul at his office by Philip Hutchinson, Senior Sales Representative at Ancon.
Paul Edmunds said,
It was a complete surprise when the phone call came. I entered the quiz during my visit to the Ancon-Ibstock stand but I didn’t think for one minute I would actually win the prize. It was just a bit of fun on the day really. I’ve never won anything like this before.
Having received a positive response to their partnership in 2012, Ancon and Ibstock will join forces again when they exhibit at Ecobuild 2013.
The products being displayed complement one another perfectly and the stand provides an opportunity for Ecobuild visitors to discuss a project’s aesthetics, buildability and performance at a single location.
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