Posted 11th Dec 2018

Showerwall customer finds hidden Golden Ticket

By KBBDaily on 11th December 2018 - 13:41pm
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Showerwall is celebrating after one of its customers found its special Golden Ticket inside the packaging of the bathroom panelling company’s 500,000 panel, placed to mark the “production milestone”.

George Boulton, pictured centre right, of Bristol-based G-Fix Installations has received a £500 shopping voucher after discovering the ticket while working on a bathroom refurbishment for property developer Sally Major, centre left.

Major has also received a £500 Love2Shop voucher as well as Star Plumbing and Heating Supplies owner Rob Stargatt, right, who supplied the panels. The Golden Ticket was randomly placed into stock last year.

“In true ‘Willy Wonka’ style, there was no way of knowing where our half a millionth panel would end up or how soon the Golden Ticket would be found,” said Showerwall product manager Steph Harris.

“After months of waiting, we were delighted to receive a call from one very happy customer. Congratulations to George, Sally and Rob and we hope you each enjoy your shopping sprees.”

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