Hull companies join forces to fuel mail readers' vehicles
Leading local fuel and convenience retailer Sewell is to partner with the Hull Mail News & Media to help readers power their vehicles through the tough post Christmas period.
For ten days, beginning on Monday 28th January, the Mail will offerrnreaders a chance to win a tank of fuel from their nearest Sewell station, conveniently located within the heart of communities across Hull and the EastrnRiding. The competitions are also to celebrate a new brand roll out across the stores to ‘Sewell on the go’ and the recent opening of the new Hull West service station, located on the A63 westbound. Patrick Sewell, Sewell on the gornManaging Director, said:
“Wernopened our first store in Sutton, East Hull, in 1989. Twenty four years later we have 12 stores conveniently located in and around the city. We’re proud to be established in Hull and are committed to doing what we can to support the local economy and local people. We stock local produce whenever we can and employ 180 local people.
HullrnMail News & Media is another local organisation proud to support and promote the city, to shout about the great things Hull has to offer. This series of competitions is just the start of a fantastic promotional partnershiprnto give back to Hull Daily Mail readers.”