Builder wins £30,000 pick-up truck in prize draw

  • 22 May 2015

In its recent Winter Bonanza prize draw, Toolstation gave away a Ford Ranger pick-up truck, worth almost £30,000.

Tim Bedson, a builder and joiner from Stoke-on-Trent, has been announced as the winner of the brand new vehicle.

Toolstation handed over the keys to Tim Bedson at its Stoke-on-Trent branch

Toolstation’s Director of Marketing, John Meaden, was pleased to hand over the keys to Tim, who has a number of years’ experience in the construction trade.

Before turning his attention to building and joinery – along with plastering, plumbing and property maintenance – Tim worked as a structural steel engineer.

Lucky winners

The prize draw received over 150,000 entries.

Toolstation has awarded a total of 150 prizes, including its Milwaukee 6 pack power tool kits, Draper kits and Makita drills

Selected winners were also given torches by Nightsearcher and LED Lenser.

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