IT’S CHRISTMAS! And that means only one thing, the FJ 12 Days of Christmas competition! Those familiar with this already know that Footman James has given away a variety of fantastic classic vehicle gifts over the last two years, and this year will be no different.
Lucky enthusiasts who have entered our competitions in the past have won a range of classic car and classic bike prizes, including, Goodwood Festival of Speed tickets, a V8 engine coffee table, lunch with Harry Metcalfe at Soho Farmhouse and money towards their classic vehicle insurance, just to name a few. This year, 2018 will now see a new line-up of amazing gifts to be won this December, but you must be in it to win it.
Details on how you can enter the competition will be released each day on our social media pages, on the website and via email.
There’s still time before the festive fun begins. If you would like to be first in the know about which prizes are on offer each day and how to enter, you can sign up to the Footman James newsletter at the bottom of this page, in order to be kept fully up to speed.
The competition begins on December 13, 2018 and will continue until December 24, 2018, so make sure you don’t miss a single chance by receiving our daily advent emails.
We hope you will join in with our Christmas competitions, who knows, you may be one of the lucky winners this year.
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