Globally recognised workwear brand, Dickies, proved a huge hit at Cadwell Park, with its UK Worker of the Year competition at the 8th Round of the MCE British Superbike Championship.
Hundreds queued up to enter this year’s competition, in an attempt to win a Kawasaki Ninja 300 or a £5,000 holiday. Dickies also recently announced that George at ASDA was the latest sponsor to become a part of the competition, meaning this year’s winner will also receive a year’s free shopping at ASDA.
UK Worker of the Year is now in its sixth year, with Dickies again setting out to recognise and reward hard workers in the UK.
Maurice Morton, sales and marketing director at Dickies, stated: “It was a great weekend for Dickies and the UK Worker of the Year competition. We received some fabulous entries, which have added to an already impressive list. Choosing this year’s finalists is going to be incredibly tough and there is no doubt that we’ll be receiving plenty more in the next month, considering the number of great prizes that are on offer this year.”
During the weekend, rider and Dickies ambassador Chris Walker, along with teammate Danny Buchan, visited the Dickies showroom to sign posters and merchandise for their admirers. Both riders were welcomed by hundreds of fans, all wanting their clothing signed by their favourite riders. Dickies workwear, or Be Wiser Kawasaki team clothing, can be purchased online from Dickies.
Organisers have extended the entry deadline to 1st October, with the winner set to be announced at the final MCE British Superbike meeting at Brands Hatch on the 17th October 2015.
You can enter the competition now online using the ‘More Details’ button below.