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Lifestyle competition winner & results Michael Stewart - Hisense 100” 4K Ultra HD Laser TV 17 - 23 Jan 2022 (Week 3)

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Michael Stewart from Scotland is currently working on an oil platform off the coast of Ghana and was delighted to learn that, as the latest Lifestyle winner, he had scooped an incredible 100" Hisense 4K Laser TV worth almost £4,000.

Thanks to its laser engine and 8.3 million pixels, this monster provides a pin-sharp, stunningly realistic picture with beautifully natural motion and incredible detail that has only ever been seen in the cinema… until now.

Massive congrats, Michael!

Question:

Which of these is not a famous advertising slogan – past or present – in the UK?

Answer:

Even More For You

Explanation:

This is a made-up advertising slogan.
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The draw was undertaken by PromoVeritas, the UK's leading independent promotional verification service.
Registration number: 4437132

RUNNERS UP

A further 20 correct answers have been drawn as runners-up, each receiving £20 Dream Car Credit.

  • A Isidoro (GB) Pioneer DJ Setup
  • A McKinlay (GB) Rolex Cosmograph Daytona
  • C Georgiou (GB) Chanel Large Classic Handbag
  • D White (GB) Rolex Milgauss
  • D Yih (HK) Rolex Milgauss
  • E Goodes (GB) Barbados Luxury Holiday For Two
  • G Kinsella (GB) Fly A Spitfire Experience
  • J Bruce (GB) Cash Prize £15,000
  • J Gill (GB) Chanel J12 White 33mm
  • K Clark (GB) Cash Prize £10,000
  • K Squires (GB) Apple Tech Bundle
  • K Watts (GB) Fly A Spitfire Experience
  • L Kaler (GB) Cash Prize £15,000
  • M Allanach (GB) Rolex Submariner Date Green
  • M Hussain (GB) Cash Prize £15,000
  • N Akram (GB) Cash Prize £15,000
  • P Nugent (GB) Ultimate Gaming Bundle
  • P Oades (GB) KTM 1290 Super Duke GT
  • S Shah (GB) Rolex Milgauss
  • W Cunningham (GB) Music Studio Home Set-up

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Call means surprise prize for Buckie oil rig worker

Feb 2022

A BUCKIE oil industry worker got the surprise of his life when his four-week stint on a rig off the coast of Ghana was unexpectedly interrupted.

Michael Stewart could not believe it when he answered a call from dream car and lifestyle competition company Best of the Best (BOTB) presenter Christian Williams telling him he had scooped a 100 inch Hisense Ultra Hd Laser TV worth £4000.

“I don’t know where I am going to put this, but thank you very much,” joked Michael when he was told he had won, adding that he would need to keep it out of the way of his two-year-old daughter.

Christian, who surprises winners all over the country every week, was delighted to give Michael the good news of his win.

He said: “It was great fun to interrupt someone’s work stint to give them a great prize – particularly when they are away for four weeks at a time like Michael is.”

As well as a lifestyle prize, BOTB hands over the keys to two stunning cars each week. Other recent winners have bagged £15,000 cash, a holiday to Las Vegas and an Apple Tech tech bundle.

The company, listed on the stock market, was founded by William Hindmarch in 1999 and has given away more than £47 million-worth of cars so far.

BOTB first opened at Heathrow Airport in 1999, with Daveeda Shaheen scooping the first prize. It clocked up its 500th winner in 2019 and many winners continue to play, convinced they have the Midas touch.

Based in Fulham, BOTB has had winners all across the globe with many different reactions.

The company uses former professional footballers to judge the competition independently each week, alongside current and former referees.

Hindmarch grew up in a house where cars ruled the roost. Indeed, legend has it that his father splashed out on a car ahead of a staircase in their first home.

 

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