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The Waiting's Nearly Over For The Winner of Superbikes Ticke

 
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The Waiting's Nearly Over For The Winner of Superbikes Tickets...







Released on: December 02, 2011, 1:18 pm
Author: Paul Dutton
Industry: Consumer Services

The waiting's nearly over for the winner of Superbikes tickets in Sorrymate.com's massively successful Motorcycle Live show draw

The lucky winner of tickets to a round of next year's British Superbikes Championship in a competition held by motorbike accident claims specialist Sorrymate.com at Motorcycle Live to will be announced next week.

Sorrymate.com managing director Fergus Dalgarno will draw the name of the winner, picked from among those who used their skill to guess the mileage on a rear motorcycle tyre which was a feature of the company's stand at the NEC show last week.

The entrant whose guess was the closest to the actual figure on each day of the show went forward into the final draw. More than 3,000 entries were made over the show's nine days, in what Sorrymate.com's Paul Dutton said was "possibly the best event we have exhibited at for quite some time."

He added: "We were really pleased to see the biking public getting right behind our stance of supporting them, by making them aware of their right to appoint their own solicitor in the event of a non-fault accident."

Several thousand Sorrymate.com 'SMIDSY' cards based on the acronym 'Sorry mate I didn't see you', from which the company gets its name - were also given away. Paul added: "We were even more taken aback by the incredibly positive reactions we had to these cards, which are designed as a simple way of making bikers aware of how they can best help and protect themselves in the event of an accident that is not their fault.

"It's just one example of how we at Sorrymate.com are continually striving to educate the biking community about their rights and entitlements, with such initiatives as our 'SMIDSY' cards, which give a quick advice checklist for anyone involved in an accident."

In the coming months, the Sorrymate.com team will be hitting the road, visiting bike clubs to give talks about their specially-tailored advice and legal representation services for the biking community.

"If anyone would like us to come along to their club or meeting place, just contact me at paul@sorrymate.com," Paul concluded.

About sorrymate.com:
Sorrymate.com deals with all manner of road traffic accident claims, motorbike accident claims and smidsy claims. If a motorbike accident wasn't your fault, the company will try to ensure you receive 100 per cent compensation without paying a penny. The people behind the company are bikers too, so they understand such situations.

For further information contact:
Paul Dutton
Email: marketing@sorrymate.com
Website: http://www.sorrymate.com/
Phone: 0800 6 300 301
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