To celebrate the talent and hard work of tradesmen up and down the country, Checkatrade has launched its ‘Skills On Site’ competition, a chance for individuals to showcase their talents to win ‘money-can’t-buy’ exposure for their business at the Checkatrade Trophy Final at Wembley Stadium, live on Sky Sports.
For your chance to win, upload a video of your ‘Skills On Site’, whether that’s some football freestyling or tricks of your trade, share that video with Checkatrade on Facebook or twitter and you’ll be one step closer to having your business name up in lights at the home of English football.
The judging panel at Checkatrade will then choose their two favourite videos and those businesses will be offered the chance to showcase their company to the thousands in attendance at Wembley on 8th April.
Checkatrade, title sponsors of the Checkatrade Trophy, support and raise the profile of over 28,000 professional trades across the country every day. On the 8th April 2018, the two lucky winners will enjoy the action from Wembley’s hospitality, have the chance to see their business advertised at one of football’s most iconic stadiums, live on Sky Sports. From pitch-side perimeter boards, to Wembley’s big screen and a feature in the match programme, this competition prize offers the ultimate advertisement.
Lincoln City have already booked their place in the final at Wembley, which last year saw over 74,000 people witness Coventry City pick up the Trophy.
Gavin Dutton, the Managing Director of Checkatrade, said: “This competition is a great way for tradesmen to have a bit of fun, show us their skills and have the chance to win the opportunity of a lifetime. Over 70,000 people attended last year’s Checkatrade Trophy final with more watching at home, we’re delighted that we can use our sponsorship to give a platform to two deserving tradespeople.
“At Checkatrade, our focus is always on rewarding and promoting the hard-working tradespeople of Britain – plus, we’re looking forward to seeing all the unique skills on site entries!”