Win a Champneys Spa day courtesy of Benenden Healthcare Society
Have yourself a 'healthy relationship'
Tuesday 15 September 2009
Relationships with family, friends and partners always have their ups and downs but do we expect the same from our utility, bank or healthcare providers?
A recent survey by Benenden Healthcare Society showed that nearly 14 million UK adults have either changed or considered changing their bank, healthcare or utility provider in the last year because the "relationship" hasn't been working for them. We now expect much more from our working relationships such as having trust and respect to make sure it’s long lasting and healthy.
Benenden Healthcare Society is one of the UK's oldest and most respected healthcare mutual organisations, priding itself on the relationship it has with its members and the first-class exceptional and affordable healthcare it provides for families, individuals and employers. Furthermore, they want to help take the stress out of whatever relationship is currently giving you a headache, by offering one lucky winner the chance to unwind with a Champneys Spa Day. To get your hands on this fantastic prize just answer the question below:
Who played the "Fonz" in the TV program Happy Days?
Click here to email your answer - please include your phone number and home address in your entry.
Competition closes 1 October
For more information visit www.benenden.org.uk/comp
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