It was Sid Salsbury’s lucky day when he won a recent Kestrel Facebook competition for a Huawei Mediapad.
The director of Specialised Roofline Supplies in Ashford, Kent was planning to buy a new device when he entered the competition, whereby he had to name his favourite Kestrel product.
Sid commented: “It was a total stroke of luck and the first time I’ve won anything since I was 10!
“Only recently I was complaining to my wife that I desperately needed a new iPad, so this came at just the right time.”
Sid named Kavex 300mm double-textured shiplap cladding in light grey as his favourite product and received his Huawei Mediapad M3 from Keith Hart, Kestrel’s business development manager for the south of England.
Set up 18 months ago, Specialised Roofing Supplies stocks a range of Kestrel products across its four branches in the south east.
To keep informed of future Kestrel Facebook competitions, give Kestrel’s page a ‘like’ at https://www.facebook.com/kestrelbuildingproducts/
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