ToughBuilt announces €20,000 Christmas giveaway

ToughBuilt announces €20,000 Christmas giveaway

ToughBuilt is spreading some festive cheer with an exclusive seasonal promotion.

From December 12th until December 23rd 2022, the business is staging a 12 Days of Christmas giveaway where trade professionals and tool enthusiasts can win prizes from a selection of ToughBuilt products worth over €20,000.

The specific products involved are yet to be officially confirmed but it is expected they will include ToughBuilt’s sawhorses, ClipTech tool bags, and knee pads, as well as the recently introduced QuickSet Work Bench.

It is also likely that the company’s brand new spirit levels, which are due to be launched this month, could be amongst the prizes.

For the duration of the promotion, 15 prizes will be given away each day with details of the products on offer and the winners being announced daily on ToughBuilt Europe’s Facebook and Instagram channels.

To enter, simply visit and supply some basic info such as a contact email, postal address, and phone number. You will then be placed into a draw with winners selected daily at random. In total, 180 people will win prizes over the course of the promotion – 15 a day for 12 days. Everyone entering the daily prize draws will also have the chance to enter a New Year’s Eve draw with a mystery prize on offer.

ToughBuilt’s 12 Days of Christmas is open to residents in the United Kingdom as well as Austria, Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Poland, Portugal, the Republic of Ireland, Spain and Sweden.

Commenting on the competition, Matthew Handley, ToughBuilt’s European Head of Marketing, said: “2022 has been another fantastic year for ToughBuilt in Europe with the launch of numerous exciting new products as well as a packed schedule of tradeshows and exhibitions.

“The return of our 12 days of Christmas promotion is a way of celebrating that success and also of thanking our many loyal European customers for their continued support. I’d like to wish everyone the best of luck and, of course, a Happy Christmas.”

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