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V4B celebrates 25th year in business with lease give away

One lucky V4B customer is set to win their vehicle lease paid for a year as part of V4B’s 25th anniversary celebrations.

Wrexham-based vehicle leasing broker, V4B is celebrating 25 years’ in business this year and will give one of its customers something to celebrate after launching a competition to give away a car for a year.

Customers taking delivery of a V4B vehicle between January 2016 and April 2017 are eligible to enter by submitting a photo with their V4B lease car before April 30.

The winner will be drawn at V4B’s anniversary gala on May 6 where more than 300 people will attend a black-tie gala dinner at Chester Racecourse, to celebrate 25 years in business for the group.

A winner will be drawn at random so it could be anything from a year’s lease in a Fiat 500, a year in a Bentley Continental or a year in a Mercedes Sprinter given away.

Richard Boreham, managing director at V4B, said: “When I launched V4B in 1992 from a small office in Ruthin I never imagined that 25 years later it would have turned into a business funding more than £100 million per year and supplying more than 2500 vehicles per year.

“Along the way there have been challenges, two major recessions, the arrival of the internet and several changes to government all of which have helped us adapt and improve our competitive offering.

“We’re extremely proud of what we have achieved, over the past 25 years we have supplied more than 20,000 new vehicles to satisfied customers. A large percentage of our business is from returning customers and the competition is our way of saying thank you to some of our loyal customer base.”

V4B is a nationwide vehicle leasing broker.

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