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9/11/2021 - MKM Building Supplies
To kick off the Christmas season MKM branches across the East of England are inviting children in the region to enter the MKM Building Supplies cracking Christmas competition. MKM would like schools and the children of tradespeople from across the East of England to get involved and enter. The competition winner will earn a £100 voucher and see their design printed on a whopping 10,000 cards.
Children can enter the competition by creating a design on the competition theme ‘The Spirit of Christmas’. The card designs are to be created using an A4 size of paper or a computer and should be submitted as a photograph, scanned copy or computer file in JPEG or PDF format. The winning design will appear on Christmas cards sent to MKM customers, suppliers and partners.
The competition will accept entries in three age categories, 0-5, 6-10, 11-16 and the winner of each category will get £100 in vouchers and one of the winners will see their design in print on the Christmas cards.
Kate Tinsley, CEO of MKM Building Supplies said: “This competition will be a fantastic way of spreading the Christmas spirit! It’s great to be able to celebrate with the MKM community, our amazing staff and loyal customers.
“As an independent business, we value the areas local to our branches and always do what we can to support them. Our Christmas card competition is a way to bring that ethos to life, and celebrate it. Each and every branch does so much in their communities, it is brilliant to bring everyone together in this competition”
The competition deadline is Sunday the 14th of November. Entries need to include the name, age as of 1 December, and date of birth of the enterer as well as a guardian’s address, email and contact number.
MKM branches across the East of England are located in: Chelmsford, Dereham, Haverhill, King’s Lynn, Norwich.
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