Nominate your lockdown hero and they could win a brand-new Super Soco!
Super Soco is celebrating lockdown heroes, after a summer spent supporting Key Workers.
Britain’s most popular electric motorcycle brand, Super Soco, has joined forces with TV star and fashion entrepreneur Ross Worswick and his fiancée Danielle Fogarty (daughter of 7 times world champion Carl Fogarty to reward one lockdown hero with a brand-new CUx electric scooter. The bike will be wrapped in a special one-off livery featuring the logos of Worswick’s highly-successful fashion lifestyle brand, The Couture Club.
We’re giving you the chance to #UnlockYourFreedom – or the freedom of someone you know – simply by telling us why you (or they!) should win. You are invited to nominate yourself or someone else that you think deserves to be recognised for their actions during the ongoing pandemic.
Your hero could be anyone, from a frontline nurse, a teacher or a local business owner to a neighbour that did people’s shopping in lockdown, a friend who kept up morale or your local delivery person… or, of course, you!
We’d love to hear about your lockdown heroes and the way they’ve helped you and/or your community during lockdown. We’re giving away a Super Soco CUX moped as a prize for the best story, plus 10 runner up goody bags.
A panel of judges will draw up a shortlist of ten finalists from the entries, with Ross and Danielle choosing the winning nominee. The winner will receive a The Couture Club-branded Super Soco CUx worth £2,811.25 and a free CBT. The nine runners up will each receive a Super Soco goodie bag.
(You don’t need to sign up to marketing to enter the competition – just email your entry to email@example.com instead of filling in the form on the link below.)
Richard Jordan, CEO of Super Soco UK, said: “We’re very pleased to have Ross and Danielle on board with Super Soco as a brand, but even more so that we are able to work together to highlight the industry’s #unlockyourfreedom campaign and give away a brand-new scooter to a deserving winner. In what has been an incredibly difficult year, being able to travel by motorcycle has proven a lifeline for many people still needing to get around during lockdown. We just hope that we can bring that freedom to someone that really needs it.”
Ross Worswick adds, “Danielle and I are both incredibly honoured to be a part of this competition. It’s been such a tough year and there must be so many unsung heroes who deserve to be recognised for their actions. We’re looking forward to seeing the nominations come in and, while I’m sure it will be difficult to narrow it down to just one, I hope we can find someone really deserving of such a fantastic prize. We’ve been working with Super Soco on this project for a while now and I can really see the benefits of switching to two wheels and in particular an electric bike. It’s clean, green, economical and so convenient. I can’t wait to get on two wheels myself. You never know, I might be following in my future father-in-law’s footsteps yet!”
Danielle Fogarty comments, “Despite my Dad’s incredible career in motorcycle racing, I haven’t yet been tempted to venture on to two wheels, until now! Super Soco have really opened my eyes as to how it could transform our lifestyle. I really hope that with this competition, we can also help to change the life of someone really deserving. I can’t wait to read the entries and find our hero.”