Wine and dine vouchers for agency’s prize winners
AS part of their pledge to support community events, teams from multi-award winning independent estate agent Gibbs Gillespie’s Ruislip Manor and Ruislip offices have taken part in two recent local events.
Staff from the Victoria Road-based office filled one of the company’s Mini cars with balloons and invited people attending the Ruislip Manor Fun Day to guess how many it held – with more than £300 worth of prizes up for grabs.
The first prize of a £200 voucher to spend on a meal at Zaza Italian restaurant in Ruislip went to Katie Evans of Cedar Avenue, in South Ruislip.
The second prize was won by Paul Reed, of Dartmouth Road, Ruislip, who picked up a meal for two at Miller & Carter worth £100.
Branch manager, Stephen Ryan said: “Getting involved and supporting local community events has always been a huge part of the Gibbs Gillespie ethos.
“We’re currently looking to support more community groups, events or schools so please feel free to contact us.”
Staff from the Ruislip office in High Street took part in Bishop Winnington Ingram School’s summer fete.
A marvellous Gibbs Gillespie Mini car was again filled with balloons with Ola Akinmokun winning £200 worth of Miller & Carter vouchers for guessing how many were in it. Joanna Leng won a second prize of £100 worth of Zaza vouchers.
Branch partner Luke Allday said: “We were delighted to sponsor the summer fete and be there on the day. It’s always a pleasure to take part in these events.”
For honest, professional, property advice call Gibbs Gillespie Ruislip Manor on 01895 634201 or the Ruislip office on 01895 622220.
(Top right) Stephen Ryan presents a £200 meal voucher at Zaza in Ruislip to Katie Evans and (right) Luke Allday hands over £200 worth of Miller & Carter vouchers to Ola Akinmokun.