Skip to main content Skip to site footer
Checkatrade Trophy

Checkatrade: Pitch-er this - your business name up in lights at Wembley

15 February 2017

Checkatrade, title sponsors of the Checkatrade Trophy, support and raise the profile of more than 23,000 professional Trades across the country every day.

On Sunday 2nd April, two new members will have the chance to see their business name up in lights at the home of English football. From pitch-side perimeter boards, to Wembley’s big screen, Checkatrade’s competition is set to give an incredible level of exposure for two lucky businesses.

All Trades that register and join by clicking here before 14th March will be in with a chance to take a share of Checkatrade’s branding at one of the showpiece occasions in the EFL football calendar.

The two lucky winners will also be in attendance on the day, enjoying the action from Wembley’s hospitality. Live on Sky Sports, the Checkatrade Trophy Final will offer a platform for the two lucky winners to have their business advertised live on Sky Sports during a match that was played in front of 59,000 supporters last year.

Kevin Byrne, Founder and CEO of Checkatrade, said: “Here at Checkatrade, our job is to promote the hard-working Trades of Britain, and that is why we’re taking this opportunity to reward new members with the chance to see their business up in lights under the famous Wembley arch.

“The two lucky winners will see their business name plastered across the perimeter advertising, big screens, match day programme and Wembley signage on 2nd April at the Checkatrade Trophy Final - not a bad place to advertise your trade.

“It will be a proud day for me because Checkatrade will be realising its dream of supporting EFL teams and their fans, as they fight it out for a trophy and a record prize pot at Wembley.”

A random prize draw will select the two main winners. Ten runners-up will win a pair of regular tickets to the Checkatrade Trophy Final.

For more information and to enter, please click here!

Advertisement block