(Posted 30/01/2015) Livingstone Surface Treatments Ltd, the shotblasting and surface treatment company based near Egremont, launched their 40th anniversary celebrations with a competition earlier this month and the response so far has doubled expectations.
The competition was launched via email so friends, customers and contacts who could win vouchers for a meal at the Trout Hotel in Cockermouth – just in time for the Valentines weekend.
The aim of the competition was to encourage more people to visit their new look website and build awareness of the work the company carries out. Livingstone Surface Treatment Director Eddie Blackmore said “we are very well known on the Sellafield site where we have an excellent reputation for shotblasting and high spec industrial coatings, but we want more people along the Energy Coast to know what we are capable of. Our work is diverse – we’ve just completed a complex coating job that is bound for Japan next week in contrast there are intricate street art and ornamental gates in hand too.”
Since launching the competition the website has seen an increase in traffic, with new enquirers looking at the range of services on offer and potential new leads for the Spring.
The competition closes on Monday 2nd February so the winner of the Trout Hotel voucher can be announced at the next Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster meeting on Wednesday 4th February.
For more information on the services available at Livingstone Surface Treatments visit www.livingstonesurfaces.co.uk or contact Eddie Blackmoor on 01946 841191
Picture: Eddie Blackmore TICorr , Director at Livingstone Surface Treatments
How to enter the competition:
Using information on www.livingstonesurfaces.co.uk, simply answer the three questions below and email your answers to email@example.com no later than 2nd February 2015
1. How many hours does the basic ICATS training course take to complete.
2. What temperature in Centigrade is the zinc bath for hot dip galvanising.
3. At what speed is the abrasive propelled at the substrate during the abrasive blast cleaning process.