Devitt Insurance Services LTD has launched a £10,000 Gadget Giveaway prize draw to celebrate the launch of their new website.
The massive prize of £10,000 worth of gadgets is up for grabs by anyone that gets a quote directly from Devitt’s new website (www.devittinsurance.com) or over the phone. Devitt offer various types of insurance (bike, car, van, home, dealer/training school and business) and although you can only have one entry into the prize draw per insurance product, quotes for different products will give you multiple entries.
Up for grabs in the giveaway are a Smart 3D TV, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iPhone, iPad, DSLR Camera, 12 month subscription to Sky HD, Espresso machine, free insurance for a year on a product of your choice, a smart watch, a MacBook Air, a wireless printer and much, much more!
Devitt’s new website has been designed to make it easier for their customers to understand all the information about the various insurance products they have on offer. The website also offers up practical advice such as how to save money on insurance and what you need to know about insurance.
The site also highlights safety advice to bikers, with hints, tips, videos and information about advanced training in their Biker Safety Zone. According to the government road safety campaign THINK! ‘motorcyclists are roughly 35 times more likely to be killed in a road traffic accident than a car’ which is why particular attention has been paid to this subject. Devitt is also offering the REALRIDER® app with REALsafe® crash detect functionality, worth £25, free to all of their new bike insurance customers.
Devitt’s Managing Director, William Hughes spoke about their new site, “We decided it was time to update our website to make the customer journey easier and our products as transparent and clear as possible.” He continued, about their £10,000 gadget giveaway: “We wanted to offer our customers a great prize to generate better awareness of our large insurance product offering, and we felt that a huge bundle of amazing gadgets would provide mass appeal.”