Winner of InfoTrack trip to Australia to enjoy an early honeymoon

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23 January 2018


InfoTrackMegan O’Neill, winner of InfoTrack’s ‘Take me to Australia’ promotion, says the prize will be an early honeymoon.

Megan, legal secretary at Bowcock & Pursaill LLP has won the trip for two to Australia after being drawn as the lucky winner from over 22,000 entries across SDLT, AP1, eCOS, Indemnities and UK Company Searches.

InfoTrack users were invited to take part in the live draw held by webinar on Tuesday 16th January, where the winner was drawn at random.

Miss O’Neill receives a prize pack including flights to Sydney, Cairns and Melbourne, accommodation, activities for two, spending money and more.

Adam Bullion, GM of Marketing at InfoTrack comments “We are pleased to announce the winner of our Australia Prize draw. We are thrilled with how well received the promotion was in its second year, and the growth in entries in 2017. Just like last year’s winner, I have no doubt Miss O’Neill will have a fabulous time in Australia.”

Megan O’Neill, legal secretary at Bowcock & Pursaill LLP says “I’m absolutely over the moon, I still can’t believe I’ve won. My Partner and I are getting married later in the year, and we weren’t going to have a honeymoon, so this couldn’t have come at a better time. We’re really looking forward to it, as we’ve never been to Australia.”



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