Sign-up to our new Buying Group and win an Amazon Kindle Fire tablet

Any practice who signs-up to our new Buying Group before 12:00 Wednesday 2 May (end of the morning break during our conference) will be entered in a draw to win an Amazon Kindle Fire 7 tablet provided by Buying Group member MidMeds.

To enter your practice either needs to have signed-up via this online form before the day of the conference. or sign-up at the Londonwide LMCs’ stand in the exhibitor area during the morning of the conference. In the afternoon a practice name will be randomly selected from all those who have signed-up and receive the Kindle Fire.

All practices who have signed-up via the form since December will be retrospectively entered in the draw, so please don’t re-register – your practice is still in with a chance of a prize!

Last updated : 16 May 2018

 

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