The Chancellors Group of Estate Agents are pleased to announce the winner of their Google+ competition. Congratulations to Christy Beckett of Nottinghamshire, who was picked at random from hundreds of entries and has won a Samsung Galaxy S4 mobile phone.

Commenting on her win, Christy said, “Thank you so much, Chancellors, I can’t believe I’m the winner! I regularly use the social media sites of Facebook and Twitter and most recently Google+ and Pinterest. I use Facebook the most, mainly to keep in touch with family and friends, but I also like to look at business pages, especially if I’m looking to purchase something. The feedback from customers on Facebook can be very helpful when deciding to choose a product or service.”

Two Sony Google TV set-up boxes were also offered as prizes and the winners of these are Janine Phillips of Devon and Carl O’Gorman of Edinburgh. In response, Carl said, “I use social media across desktop and mobile platforms daily to keep up to date with friends, news and the community. I’d really like to thank Chancellors for this generous prize. I’m a student, so receiving something like this means Christmas has come early for me!”

To win the competition, entrants had to add one or all three of the Chancellors Group of Estate Agents brands – Chancellors, Anscombe & Ringland, and Russell Baldwin & Bright – to their Google+ circles. We are also currently holding a competition where one lucky winner will be given a BMW 3 Series.

To keep up to date with future competitions and for the latest property industry information and opinion, follow our Google+ brand profile


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