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Farnell looks to bring the 'feel good' factor to customers

Farnell is seeking to bring the feel-good factor back to customers this summer with the launch of its Escape Game challenge.

Customers across Europe will have the chance to test their skills and get creative by taking on a series of challenges to ‘escape to better days’. Participants can also win a range of prizes and access products at discounted prices.

To take part in the challenge, participants will need to register online and start by completing weekly tasks. Players will earn or lose points depending on how successful they are at each task. Updates will be shared via email to highlight each participant’s progress and to alert on tips to help players increase their scores.

At the end of the competition, players with the highest scores will be rewarded prizes including an Apple Watch, Bose BLE Speaker, 3D printer, 3D pen, E-vouchers and more.

Participants will also have the opportunity to access exclusive discounts on Multicomp Pro and other popular brands, including: Up to 18% off brand new to market Rohde & Schwarz NGU401 source measure units; Up to 50% discount on Microchip development kits; Reduced prices on more than 4,000 products from Farnell’s interconnect range; and 'Buy one get one free' on FLUKE products (when spending over €200).

Commenting Malgorzata Szemel, Senior Marketing Manager EMEA, at Farnell, said, “We understand how tough this past year has been and we wanted to provide some enjoyment with our new summer challenge. Customers can play our fun online games, with the opportunity to win great prizes and access exclusive discounts on selected products from some of the world’s leading manufacturers. Our seasonal challenges have become more popular every year, and this summer in particular we wanted to help our customers have fun, win prizes and access the products they need at even lower prices.”

Farnell’s Escape Game competition is now open, to find out more and enter follow the link below.

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Neil Tyler

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