Would you like to win a brand new Vogue machine worth over £3,000?
With an emphasis on design, the new Finishing Touches Vogue machine offers a high level of finish, the outer casing of the device is made of glass & brushed aluminium. The Vogue is a compact machine perfect for the cutting edge technician.
Finishing Touches Group are running a pre-launch competition in-conjunction with Marie Curie. To be in with a chance of winning this state of the art Micropigmentation machine for as little at £25.
How to Enter
FTG are proud to be supporting and teaming up with Marie Curie in aid of Dawn Forshaw’s partner Steve Martin walking 1200 miles across the country.
Dawn and her team have created a Browse book which has been exclusively designed to help Steve reach his fundraising target of £10,000.
Due to laws & regulations FTG cannot legally sell raffle tickets over the internet so instead we have created a look book of beautiful images which consist of SPMU before and after images.
Our office receives so many calls and comments from students struggling with marketing, so we feel this limited edition, modern coffee table book will help technicians sell the wake up with makeup experience to your clients.
You maybe wondering how this works?
Simple! Purchase a Browse book and receive a complimentary raffle ticket.
Purchase 4 books and receive 5 raffle tickets…….
Now this is where the fun starts…. At the end of the walk Steve will at random pick a name out of a ‘Marie Curie’ hat and the lucky winner will receive a brand new VOUGE machine.
This prize is worth over £3,000!
We also have 24 other amazing prizes for the runners up!
So what are you waiting for…… You’ve got to be in it to win it!
£25 = 1 Browse Book & a possible chance of winning 25 prizes!!
Purchase online from Monday 24th April / Email : firstname.lastname@example.org / 01444414744
Finishing Touches is proud to be supporting Steve Martin, our Director Dawn Forshaw’s partner, on his charity walk from Land’s End to John o’ Groats, for Marie Curie. Marie Curie is of personal importance to Steve, who had this to say about the charity: –
“While I was in Belfast in early March 2016, visiting my cousin in the Marie Curie hospice, I was amazed by the level of care the staff gave to their patients, nothing was too much trouble, and they made David feel like he was the most important person there. It was at this point I decided to take on the Lands End to John o’ Groats challenge. Firstly as a tribute to my great friend and cousin David, and as a thank you to the amazing staff at the hospice.”
The walk will be extremely physically taxing, with Steve walking up to 24 miles a day. He has been training none stop for half a year:
“I felt I needed a challenge, and also an incentive to get fit. What better way than to walk the length of the country. I have realised over the last six months that the challenge is immense, it’s been a real eye opener as to how demanding walking can be. The longest leg on the walk is around 24 miles, so that is what I’ve built up to, with a 12K pack, in the most extreme conditions I could find for 7 hours to hold me in good stead.”
With the help of the staff at Finishing Touches, Steve’s journey should go as smoothly as possible; however, as Steve puts it
“You can’t prepare for 69 days consecutive, so all you can do is put everything possible in place logistically, build up a good level of fitness, and the rest is in the lap of the gods so to speak.”
Track Steve’s Journey : https://www.facebook.com/stevemartinlejog/