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Rayburn Customers Given Opportunity to Win New Rayburn 700 Model

TELFORD, England, August 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Cooker and heating expert Rayburn has launched a competition to give Rayburn owners a chance to win the latest Rayburn cooker - the Rayburn 700.

Rayburn has created the competition to celebrate the launch of its new history booklet 'AGA - A heart-warming story'. The intention of the competition is to find Britain's oldest working Rayburn cooker - the first ever Rayburn cooker was installed in 1946.

Entrants have the chance to win the Rayburn 700 series which has the ability to heat up to 20 radiators and is available with an 'A' rated boiler with over 92% efficiency. However, if oil is not suitable for the winner then an alternative product can be chosen.

For those that already own the new model there is also a prize of a £50 Marks and Spencer voucher for the most interesting Rayburn story. The best stories and pictures that are sent in will be featured on the Rayburn website and Facebook page. 

Nigel Morrison, Marketing Manager, said: "We're really happy to be able to launch this competition, the new Rayburn 700 is a great prize and we know that the winner will be happy to receive it. It's nice to give something back to those who love our brand. It's also nice to engage with Rayburn fans to find out their stories and experiences with our cookers. We are really looking forward to finding the oldest Rayburn."

Entries should include an image of the cooker in addition to the entrant's contact details and should be sent to Marie Hill - [email protected].

The deadline for entry is Friday 31st October 2014 and only one entry per household is permitted. The winner will be chosen on 3rd November 2014 and will be contacted by telephone or email by Friday 14th November 2014.

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