Roses are red, Violets are blue, Love your SKODA? Then there could be £50 for you

Roses are red, Violets are blue, Love your ŠKODA? Then there could be £50 for you

12/02/2016
ŠKODA owners are some of the most loyal around, regaling their devotion and adulation for their reliable motors to anyone who will listen. Once a SKODA owner, always a ŠKODA owner – it’s a fondness that stands the test of time.

Milton Keynes, 12 February 2016 - This is why the car manufacturer is surprising and rewarding its customers up and down the country this Valentine’s Day.

To celebrate the romance ŠKODA owners have with their beloved cars, early on Sunday 14th February, a team of ŠKODA cupids will make their way across six UK cities, placing special red roses on the windscreens of much-loved ŠKODAs that take their fancy.

The roses will be attached to a love note telling of their special reward. Whether it’s a brand new Superb, a faithful Fabia or a pre-loved Octavia, any ŠKODA owner could be adored enough to receive a £50 gift towards a tank of fuel.

ŠKODA owners are encouraged to keep their cars out of their garages overnight, so they don’t miss out.

The activity supports the ŠKODA Octavia ‘Loved, not owned’ campaign, showing on TV now.

ŠKODA communicates its new, modern design language in the SUV segment. The brand will be showcasing its new show car – the ŠKODA VisionS – at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show, hinting at how ŠKODA’s future SUV could look.
ŠKODA UK is urging motorists to get set for safe winter motoring, as new research reveals that up to 28 million* cars across the country could be kitted out with tyres that aren’t ideal for the conditions.
ŠKODA has triumphed once again at the 2016 What Car? Awards thanks to three separate category wins and six price point victories, all of which ensures this is the most comprehensive haul enjoyed by the Czech manufacturer to date.
Parents in the UK spent a whopping £997 million* in 2015 on food, drink and other items to keep their kids occupied on long car journeys, according to new research. And yet, the study by ŠKODA UK shows, many families don’t carry out vehicle safety checks before they set off.
The ŠKODA Yeti has scooped yet another key industry award, having just been named Used Car of the Year by Car Dealer Magazine. The award was announced at the publication’s annual Used Car of the Year ceremony held at The Brewery in central London.
The ŠKODA Superb Estate has triumphed once again at the annual Scottish Car of the Year awards, driving off with the 2015 Estate Car of the Year title. The recently-launched third-generation Superb saw off tough competition to take the top honour at the annual awards ceremony in Edinburgh.