To celebrate the 20 year anniversary of Signs Express (Falkirk), the business has launched a quarterly competition to win a bottle of 20-year-old malt whisky for the winner, plus a bottle of champers for one lucky runner-up too!
The lucky winners of the first quarterly competition have now been announced and congratulations to Douglas Broadley at Standard Life
, who took home the bottle of whisky and to runner-up Lyn Jarvie at Carron Bathrooms
who won a nice bottle of bubbly!
Douglas and Lyn correctly answered the five competition questions to win these scrumptious prizes. The answers to which can be found below: 1. What great Scottish disaster occurred in 1879? b) The Tay Bridge Disaster 2. What are the ingredients of a haggis?
c) A sheep's lungs, liver and heart, beef suet, onions, oatmeal, salt, pepper and cooked in a sheep's stomach
3. What is the oldest building in Edinburgh?
a) St. Margaret's Chapel in Edinburgh4. What is Mons Meg?
d) A famous old cannon in Edinburgh Castle5. When was the Forth Rail Bridge opened?
If you think you have got what it takes to win this competition then the second quarterly competition is now open for applicants, so get those brain boxes in gear and give it a go at: http://www.signsexpress.co.uk/news/29-04-2015/615/win-a-bottle-of-20-year-old-malt-whisky/
Signs Express (Falkirk) provide a wide range of signs to suit all your signage requirements. Steve has nearly 30 years of personal experience in the sign industry and his enthusiastic team are well equipped to deal with any signage enquiry. We take pride in our design led approach to ensure our customers receive the maximum value and impact from their signs and graphics.
For more information about our products and service, please contact us:
Tel 01324 666966
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WINNER: Douglas Broadley at Standard Life took home the 20-year aged whiskyWINNER: Douglas Broadley at Standard Life took home the 20-year aged whisky RUNNER-UP: Lyn Jarvie at Carron Bathrooms took home a bottle of bubblyRUNNER-UP: Lyn Jarvie at Carron Bathrooms took home a bottle of bubbly