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UK Worker of the Year 2016 Competition Goes Live With Incredible Prizes, Including £250,000.00 Cash

UK Worker of the Year 2016 Competition Goes Live With Incredible Prizes, Including £250,000.00 Cash

UK WOTY is in its seventh year and the prizes are better than ever.

The competition sponsored by workwear giants Dickies in association with Honda and ASDA has an amazing choice of prizes this year, including £250,000.00 cash, a Honda Jazz car, a Honda Crosstourer 1200cc motorbike, a Honda Marine Rib boat, a year’s free shopping at ASDA, a luxury holiday and many more goodies.A brand new Honda Jazz is just one of the many special prizes on offer to the winner of this years' competition

UK Worker of the Year (UKWOTY) is open to anyone in the UK who works. It doesn’t matter where you work or what your position and responsibilities are and you can enter yourself or indeed nominate colleagues, friends and family who you think are worthy of recognition of the title.

In the past we have had winners and finalists from so many varied industries and it’s so simple to enter and will only take a matter of minutes. All you need to do is go to www.ukworkeroftheyear.com and answer two simple questions about what your job is and why you think you or your nominee should win UKWOTY.

This year’s UK Worker of the Year competition is only a few weeks old and runs from May through to September.

This is the seventh year Dickies has run the national competition, with carer and homicide case worker Katie Washbourne from Birmingham coming out on top last year. This year, the Somerset-based workwear company has announced that the 2016 winners’ prize will come from our associate sponsor Honda and be a choice of a Jazz car, Crosstourer motorbike, Rib boat with trailer or Dickies will also offer the choice of a luxury holiday worth £5000.00.

In addition to all these fabulous prizes, our other associate sponsor ASDA will give the winner a year’s free shopping and the runner up and third place will also receive 3 months and a month’s free shopping and £2000.00 and £1000.00 holiday vouchers respectively.

The winner will also have the chance of winning £250,000.00 in cash, should they predict the top 6 of the a chosen British Superbike race at Brands Hatch in October, which is where the final gala event will take place to announce the recipient of the UK WOTY 2016 title.

Kirk Ehrlich, President of Williamson-Dickie Europe Ltd, said: “We are delighted to have opened up this year’s competition and to have the exciting association with two outstanding brands such as ASDA and Honda make for a fantastic seventh year for the UK Worker of the Year competition.

Last years' winner Katie Washbourne receiving her prize in last years' competitionKatie Wasbourne, winner of UK Worker of the Year 2015, commented: “I would urge everyone who hears about the competition to log on to the website and enter. It doesn’t cost you a penny apart from a couple of minutes and winning can change your life. It certainly did for me and I also met some lovely people along the way and really enjoyed the journey.”

It’s easy to enter UK Worker of the Year 2016, simply go to the competition’s website: www.ukworkeroftheyear.com. You can also find out more about the competition if you visit our UK Worker of the Year Facebook page www.facebook.com/ukworkeroftheyear or @workeroftheyear on Twitter.

For further information or images relating to UK Worker of the Year please contact Gary Barak at Chicane on 01923 269490 (office) or email: gary@chicanemarketing.co.uk

Editor’s Notes
UK Worker of the Year searches for workers who exemplify what doing a good job is all about organised by workwear giant, Dickies and in conjunction in 2016 with ASDA and Honda UK.

There are holiday and shopping prizes for the runners up, as well as various goodies and clothing from the Dickies range of high quality workwear for finalists.
UK Worker of the Year is free to enter and is open to any UK worker aged 17 or over at the commencement of the competition.
UK Worker of the Year 2016 was officially launched at Oulton Park racetrack at the Dickies British Supersport Championship meeting in May.
More information about UK Worker of the Year can be found at www.ukworkeroftheyear.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ukworkeroftheyear
Twitter: @UKWOTY