Win a £150 voucher to spend at Charles Clinkard!!!
Shoe retailer Charles Clinkard has been a presence on the British high-street for over 90 years. The company was established by husband and wife team Charles and Eveline Clinkard with the aim of providing high quality shoes and a first-rate customer experience. Today the third generation family-owned business has grown to 34 retail locations across the UK, with its headquarters still located in Middlesbrough, the town where it all began.
The extensive range of products on offer at Charles Clinkard caters for all the family with shoes for men, women and children. The range includes many internationally recognised brands such as Gabor, Timberland and Clarks. As well as selling quality products, the company prides itself on delivering a top rate customer experience both online and in-store. This is made possible thanks to the passionate store and customer service teams who work hard to ensure that all customers are happy with their shopping experience.
Win £150 gift card to spend online or in any of our stores by answering the question below (HINT! Check out the Charles Clinkard website for help!)
HOW TO ENTER
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Terms & Conditions
- Closing date 1st September 2017.
- This offer is open to all UK residents.
- For standard EMP Competition terms and conditions click here
- All required fields must be entered correctly. Failure to do so automatically disqualifies the entrant from the competition.
- The winner will be contacted by TELEPHONE AND EMAIL to verify identification.
- Any multiple entries will automatically be rendered void.
- No purchase necessary.
- Entry to the draw is free, only one entry per person (Prize: maximum retail value £150).
- The prizes are as stated and there are no alternative prizes or any substitutes.
- The promoter’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
- By entering the prize draw, entrants will be deemed to be bound by and have accepted these terms and conditions.
- English law applies and the English courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any proceedings in connection with this promotion.