Win a luxury holiday for two in Rhodes – courtesy of DocNoc Ltd
How would you like to WIN an amazing trip for two people to Greece so that you can rejuvenate your body and mind on the exotic island of Rhodes and let all of your worries melt away.
- Getting away from the day-to-day grind.
- Relaxing on the beach drinking cocktails
- Enjoying delicious food as you enjoy the evening life
And that’s not the half of it!
What you can win:
- A four-day stay at the stunning Five Star Olympic Palace Hotel on Rhodes for you and your partner!
- Flights to and from your hotel.
WHY WE’RE RUNNING THIS OFFER:
This is a special promotion brought to you by Dr Ali and Dr Nur to celebrate the launch of their new and exciting DocNoc App on Android and IOS, aimed at bringing affordable health care to the masses.
And what better way to promote a healthier lifestyle than with a beautiful holiday where you can relax and let all of your worries melt away.
To enter our prize draw, answer the question below and fill in your details. You should also follow us on Facebook. For further information, and to check you’ve got the right answer, visit www.docnoc.co.uk.
Dr Ali Jomaa – NHS Surgeon & CEO of DocNoc Ltd
NOTE: This promotion is part of our crowdfunding campaign. DocNoc is a new revolutionary App that aims at bringing affordable health care to the masses. This promotion is designed to help us get our message out there to people just like you. We want to reward you for your support, so as soon as our crowdfunding campaign reaches its target, the prize draw becomes active. PLUS we are offering some amazing discounts on all of our professional Health Services! Enter your details now!
Terms & Conditions
- Closing date 7 October, 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 invalidates your entry.
- The winner will be contacted by TELEPHONE and EMAIL to verify identification.
- Any multiple entries will automatically be rendered void.