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With the launch of its first-ever advent calendar, Baxi is giving installers new ways to make the season festive – but instead of just chocolate behind the doors, there are thousands of pounds worth of prizes.
Following a challenging year of navigating a pandemic and adapting to changing regulations, Baxi wanted to give installers a festive treat to recognise their hard work and end the year on a high.
Much like a normal advent calendar, the Baxi calendar will provide a tasty chocolate treat for each day of the Christmas countdown, but with extra-special surprises behind some of the doors.
200 out of the 2000 calendars have a secret ‘brass’ door, which will reveal a range of exciting prizes just in time for Christmas, from a SONOS speaker or a 55-inch TV, to an Apple Watch series 6 or a Nintendo Switch.
Lucky installers will also find a host of other goodies behind the brass doors, including Apple AirPods Pro, SONOS beam soundbar, Christmas gift hamper, Lay-Z-Spa, Amazon Fire tablet, Ring Pro video doorbell and even an iRobot vacuum cleaner.
Installers registered on Baxi Works can now claim their free advent calendar, but they will need to be quick to get their hands on one, as they are available on a first-come, first-served basis only.
Andy Workman, sales director at Baxi, says: “Although 2020 has been a challenging year, installers have gone above and beyond to look after customers and provide crucial heating and hot water services.
“We wanted to give heating engineers a boost of positivity as the year comes to an end to thank them for all of their hard work. We hope our first ever Baxi advent calendar will bring a smile to their faces each day of the festive countdown, especially the lucky ones who open one of our exciting prize-winning doors!”
To claim their prize, all lucky winners need to do is share a photo of their brass door on the day they open it (or the day after) on Twitter or Instagram @Baxiboilers or on Facebook @BaxiUK using the hashtag #HappyBaxiChristmas. Terms and conditions apply.
Find out more online.