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Due to its popularity, Falken is extending its "Falken sagt Tanke" campaign in Germany and Austria by two weeks until 15 June 2019.
The “Falken sagt Tanke” (Thanks from Falken) runs in Germany, Austria and the brand’s other core European markets. Since March 15th, customers purchasing a set of Falken summer tyres from participating dealers will receive a Shell prepaid card to the value of EUR 20 (in Austria: BP fuel vouchers). As well as receiving fuel vouchers, participants will have the chance to win further prizes: German customers that buy a set of Falken summer tyres (four tyres in size 16-inch upwards) from the AZENIS FK510, AZENIS FK510 SUV, AZENIS FK453, AZENIS FK453CC, AZENIS FK453 RUNFLAT, LINAM VAN01, ZIEX ZE310 ECORUN or WILDPEAK A/T series and register at the website www.mit-falken-gewinnen.de will have their names entered in a prize draw and can win a four-day action holiday for two in Finland, including a visit to Test World in Ivalo. Falken is also offering 22 lucky winners a car rental voucher worth EUR 222.
And that’s not all; one hundred Shell V-Power SmartDeal vouchers, valid for one year, will entitle winners to buy Shell V-Power fuel at the same price as standard fuels at participating filling stations. 25 other winners will receive vouchers for EUR 100 in addition to their EUR 20 vouchers.
Austrian entrants who sign up to mit-falken-gewinnen.at can look forward to the chance to win three Carrera Digital 132 “GT Race Starts” sets. All the authentic thrills and spills of motor racing are captured on a scale of 1:32 as the “Team Falken BMW, No. 3” (BMW M6 GT3) is pitted against a Ferrari 488 GT as “AF Corse, No. 51”.
For the eighth year in a row, Falken offers this sales initiative, which not only benefits customers but dealers too. The growing number of participants illustrate the campaign’s popularity, especially in Germany and Austria, but also in other core European markets. In Germany, average annual growth of 213 per cent has been achieved over the past seven years, with Austria demonstrating 150 per cent growth over the same period.