Dav Mahet of Thankey Mahet wins InfoTrack’s trip to Australia

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18 January 2017


Conveyancing services provider, InfoTrack, are delighted to announce the winner of the two-week trip for two to Australia Prize draw as solicitor Dav Mahet from Thankey Mahet Legal.

With well over 6,000 entries, InfoTrack users were invited to take part in the live draw held by webinar on Tuesday 17th January, where the winner was drawn at random. Mr Mahet was subsequently notified as the recipient of the prize and receives a prize pack including flights to Sydney and Darwin, accommodation, activities for two, spending money and more.

Between 5 September and 31 December, participants received an entry into the draw for every SDLT, AP1 or eCOS they submitted through InfoTrack.

Adam Bullion, GM of Marketing at InfoTrack comments “We are pleased to announce the winner of our Australia Prize draw. Much like the InfoTrack system itself, we wanted entering the draw to be simple and enjoyable. We had an overwhelmingly positive response to this promotion and we are very happy with the outcome. We will ensure that Mr Mahet has fantastic trip and for those who were unsuccessful this time around, rest assured, there will be further opportunities in 2017.”

Dav Mahet, Partner at Thankey Mahet comments “As a follower of football and living in Leicester winning the title last season was fantastic but this is certainly on par! It is a dream come true as Australia has been on my list of places to visit for many years. To win something as significant as this using a platform I find easy and enjoyable is a real bonus.”
 



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