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MPLC presents 100 Harrods vouchers to five winners

Mortgages PLC has presented 100 worth of Harrods vouchers to five winners of its monthly On Demand online prize draw.

The winners for May are:
Debbie Drye from The Black & White Group
Andrew Croft-Taylor from Partners Financial
Frankie Houston from Houston Finance
Adeline Pandolfino from EM Homeloans
Peter Finch from Abbots Financial Services

The winning names were drawn from a list of intermediaries who are registered to use MPLCs On Demand online mortgage system.

Further draws will take place each month and the winners names will go forward to be entered into the grand draw, which will be announced at Mortgage Business Expo in November.

Not only will the grand prize winner have 10,000 to spend at Harrods, but they will also be transported to and from their home in a chauffeur driven luxury car, be put up for two nights in a luxury West End hotel and have dinner at Gordon Ramsays award winning new restaurant MAZE.

Julian Wells, head of marketing at MPLC, says: Congratulations to these lucky prize winners. A shopping spree at Harrods has to be a memorable occasion and anyone who hasnt yet entered the draw still has time to enter. All they need do is visit the MPLC website and register.


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