LTC Mobility rewarded for being first dealer to reach base camp in Handicare’s new Everest Challenge
South West Wales-based LTC Mobility is the first Handicare dealer to be awarded a free prize as the stairlift manufacturer’s latest campaign to promote its new 1100 straight stairlifts begins to gain momentum.
Officially launched at this year’s Handicare Dealer Day, the ‘Everest Challenge’ is a new incentive scheme rewarding Handicare dealers with impressive prizes for achieving sales related to the company’s new stairlift.
Running all the way through to November, each month a new winner is drawn by the stairlift supplier, with dealers receiving one entry for every 10 orders secured of the new slimline 1100 stairlift.
Covering both powered and manual models of the stairlift, the company notes that the more lifts ordered each month, the more chance dealers have of winning.
Family-run LTC Mobility, an independent mobility company that has been providing products and services in the South West Wales area around Llanelli for over 35 years, was the first dealer to reach base camp.
The dealer has a 12-strong team led by founder Alan Davies, the first fully accredited supplier of Motability adaptations in West Wales, with the company steadily growing in the region over the years and building a reputation as an adaptation specialist.
Presented with holiday vouchers worth £1000, Alan commented: “Handicare offers great prices, great products and great support!”
Having debuted the 1100 manual stairlift at Rehacare last year, Handicare officially launched its “non-handed” straight stairlift with powered options – power swivel and power footplate – to dealers this spring.
Discussing the 1100 stairlift, he added: “The non-handed option is great for stock reasons, and the seat and slim rail make it look great with no teeth on show either. It will be particularly good for narrow stairs.”
In addition, the new stairlift is able to automatically detect if it has been installed on the left or the right of hand of the stairs, saving engineers from having to do any rewiring.https://thiis.co.uk/ltc-mobility-rewarded-for-being-first-dealer-to-reach-base-camp-in-handicares-new-everest-challenge/https://i1.wp.com/thiis.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/handicare_LTC-Mobility-featured.jpg?fit=1000%2C600&ssl=1https://i1.wp.com/thiis.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/handicare_LTC-Mobility-featured.jpg?resize=150%2C150&ssl=1NewsroomRetailer News1100 straight stairlift,Alan Davies,base camp,dealer day,Everest Challenge,Handicare,Llanelli,LTC Mobility,mobility dealer,mobility shop,mobility showroom,mobility store,Motability,South West WalesSouth West Wales-based LTC Mobility is the first Handicare dealer to be awarded a free prize as the stairlift manufacturer’s latest campaign to promote its new 1100 straight stairlifts begins to gain momentum. Officially launched at this year’s Handicare Dealer Day, the ‘Everest Challenge’ is a new incentive scheme rewarding...Calvin BarnettCalvin Barnettcalvin@thiis.co.ukAdministratorTHIIS Magazine