Renault Trucks has launched an exclusive competition – #X_Tractor – to create a stand-out theme for the liveries of its first ten right hand drive Range T High demonstrator vehicles, with the intention of generating even more of a ‘buzz’ around the launch in the UK and Irish markets.
Running until midnight on November 15th, the competition will run across Renault Trucks UK’s social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and Instagram and is open to anyone over 18 years old. Entrants should add their suggestion for a theme in the comments (but not including livery designs) on a social media competition post to be in with a chance of winning some great prizes as well as seeing their theme emblazoned across all the ten trucks in the demonstrator fleet.
Check out the competition launch Web link : http://bit.ly/2z9tTVY
“The new right hand drive Range T High will be a real head-turner on the roads, but we want to give our new flagship vehicle demonstrator fleet the full ‘red carpet’ treatment with a statement livery that announces their arrival in the UK,” says Alex Williams, Marketing Communications Manager, Renault Trucks. “By involving the wider Renault Trucks community in this competition on our social media channels and beyond, we hope to inspire a striking suite of liveries that will create even greater stand out.”
A panel of expert judges will select a shortlist of five lucky finalists, who will each receive a Renault Trucks merchandise ‘goodie bag’.
The overall winner will be invited to an event in early 2018 where they will see their theme brought to life in the livery design of the ten Range T High demonstrators. The winner will also receive a Renault Trucks jacket as well as £200 to spend on gifts and vouchers in the Renault Trucks Reward Store.
The right hand drive Range T High with flat floor will be available from early 2018 and will take pride of place in the robust and efficient Renault Trucks line-up providing a new, more spacious option for long-haul operators and owner drivers.
For more information about the new Range T High visit : www.range-t-high.co.uk