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Todd Doors Confirm Last Week of 'Lucky Dip' Competition

- Entrants have just one week left to enter competition to win a Todd Doors voucher GBP 100 or GBP 50 Amazon vouchers

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 11/21/12 -- Todd Doors, one of the UK's premier suppliers of crafted timber doors, are today confirming the closing date of their latest competition, 'Lucky Dips', allowing plenty of time for interested participants to submit their entry.

The competition, which was launched on November 1st, has utilised the social networking website, Pinterest, to host a bingo-like game whereby users pick and choose from a selection of interior and exterior doors appearing on-screen. There's a GBP 150 worth of vouchers up for grabs for the eventual winner, who will receive a Todd Doors voucher worth GBP 150(i) or a GBP 150 Amazon voucher. Three runners -up will also win a GBP 50 Amazon voucher.

To take part, entrants must visit Todd Doors' dedicated Lucky Dip Doors webpage; click and choose their favourite door from a selection of ten shown and share it on their Pinterest profile, making sure the tag #lucky-dip-doors is included on the attached message. Before submitting, entrants must include a valid email and specify their Pinterest username in their message.

Todd Doors have now confirmed the competition will close on November 22nd:

"Like all good things in life, this competition must eventually come to an end. We can confirm that the closing date for Lucky Dip will be November 22nd.

"Interest in our Lucky Dips competition has steadily increased over the past few weeks, as the power of social media has weaved its magic and spread awareness.

"So if you want to get involved and stand a chance of winning those fabulous prizes you may want to set the ball rolling sooner rather than later."

With two established showrooms in London and Bournemouth, Todd doors boast one of the largest collections of interior and exterior doors and door furniture in the United Kingdom. From sliding doors to white internal doors, their collections epitomises the current demand for modern furniture with the company priding itself on stocking the very latest in door design.

(i)Special GBP 100 Todd Doors voucher to be used on suppliers official website.

To view their stunning collections of external and internal doors, please visit the Todd Doors website.

Notes to Editor

Todd Doors is a family-owned business based in Northholt, West London specialising in supplying timber-made doors. The business, which first began in a small workshop back in 1952, has grown dramatically since those early days, establishing expansive showrooms in London and now Bournemouth, which equates to 20 000 sg.ft of warehousing. Todd Doors offers an unrivalled selection of globally sourced products to even the most discerning customer and have built on their rich heritage to become renowned industry leaders for stocking doors and complementary door linings.

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