Breakfast in Bed with Mattress Medics
We gave you a chance to win a luxurious bed worth £3,500 in MK Breakfast Show competition!
Mattress Medics is your local factory outlet for quality, affordable beds and mattresses. They have a huge collection of products from top UK suppliers, with a large variety to suit all budgets.
The local company are supporting MKFM’s community appeal to furnish 199 rooms at the brand new YMCA MK campus. Plus, they have given us a bed to give away this week to one lucky winner.
Over the past two weeks we have had the £3,500 luxurious bed in the reception area at MKFM. Darren and Lia from the MK Breakfast Show say it is one of the most comfortable beds they’ve tried and with their early mornings it’s been difficult to resist a few cat naps throughout the day!
On Friday 28th June, Darren and Lia broadcast the MK Breakfast Show from a secret location with the bed.
Andy Strickland from Bradwell was the lucky winner!
Andy says, "I was amazed to win the bed, we were looking for a new bed and now sleeping in luxury. I have never won a competition like this before, it shows that listening to your local radio station can make you a winner, thank you MKFM."
Terms and conditions
MKFM's standard terms and conditions apply to this and all competitions on MKFM.
In addition, the entry mechanic described above forms part of the rules and the following specific rules also apply to this competition.
Entries cannot be accepted by text or by any other means.
By entering the competition, you are agreeing to be identified as a winner and you may be asked to take part in some publicity activity (e.g. photo calls with local press).
This competition is intended for our local audience on FM. As such, to be eligible to claim the prize, entrants must live in our FM broadcast area (which covers the Borough of Milton Keynes including Newport Pagnell, Stony Stratford, Wolverton, Woburn Sands and Bletchley, and the nearby towns of Woburn, Olney, Cranfield and Ampthill). Alternatively, entrants must work within this area for at least five day a week. Evidence of employment at the time of winning will be required and is subject to MKFM's judgement. If you are unsure whether you are in an eligible area please contact the Managing Director for clarification.
As with all MKFM competitions, current MKFM staff and volunteers and their immediate families are not allowed to enter.
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