London (PRWEB UK) 15 September 2011
In the month of July servicing stop, UK’s number one on-line car servicing company kick started a Facebook campaign, offering a chance to UK car owners to win free car service; just for liking their Facebook page.
Hundreds of people have participated in the competition. In a short span of 2 months the Facebook page has achieved more than 500 likes. Winners for August and September are already been announced and the competition will be running till December to find 3 more free car service winners.
Apart from offering great saving on car servicing (up to 60% as compared to main dealer prices), Servicing Stop give free delivery and pick of the car from customer’s place. The booking for process is supported by state of the art booking system and it takes only a couple of minutes to book a car service.
Servicing stop Co-founder and Dragon’s Den entrepreneur Oliver Richmond says “No matter where you live in the UK, you are eligible to enter in to the competition. If you are selected, not only we will get your car serviced absolutely free but also have your car collected and delivered back on the day of the service to your doorsteps. The car also comes back washed and vacuumed for free. All of that just for liking us on Facebook”
In the third year of its existence the Servicing Stop boasts of more than 100,000 satisfied customers and growing network of 1000+ garages nationwide. All the garages in the network are well equipped to carry out make specific servicing which would ensure that car’s manufacturer warranty is protected all the times. Only brand new pre-approved parts are used with a one year guarantee on all parts and labour.
In addition to this Facebook promotion, showing their commitment to UK motorists, the company has launched individual websites for all major cars brands such as Servicing Stop Ford, Servicing Stop Vauxhall, Servicing Stop VW, Servicing Stop Audi, Servicing Stop Mercedes and Servicing Stop BMW. Where visitors can find model reviews, service schedule and maintenance advice and also has the option of asking any car related technical queries to the experts with the company.
For more information visit: http://www.facebook.com/servicing