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County offers luxury golf break as incentive

County Mortgages has launched a sales incentive – a luxury golf break to the golfing capital of Europe.

Eight intermediaries are set to be drawn from a hat to win a four-day break to Spain.  All they have to do is submit eight sub-prime County Home Loans; applications between  June 1 and July 31, 2004 to be entered into the draw. For each additional sub-prime application that is received during this time, an extra draw entry is logged. 

 

The package – offered in association with GMAC-RFC – includes flights, accommodation, meals, car hire and three rounds of golf at three different prestigious courses.

 

Tristan Pile, sales director at County, says: “This is a great opportunity to enjoy world-class golf and test your handicap with other brokers. We are not going to disclose the name of the resort and courses until after the draw, to create a little bit of suspense. Which one could you be playing in September? Will it be Valderrama, Monte Mayor, Los Aqueros,  La Quinta,  Mijas Golf or another? There&#39s only one way to find out.”

 

Winners will be notified by August 13, 2004 and will  join County on the golf trip during September 2004.  

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