Emplas has issued a challenge to the trade to test its footballing acumen as it launches its UEFA Euro 2016 Fantasy Football League.

To sign-up all you have to do is visit the official McDonald’s Fantasy ’16 official UEFA Euro 2016 fantasy league at http://eurofantasy.uefa.com register a team and then add the code 07022NNL when prompted.

This will enter you in the Emplas League, only open to the window and door industry and the main public league. Note that you need to enter the league for the kick off of the opening game between hosts France and Romania at 8pm Friday 10th June.

The manager of team that finishes top of the Emplas League will win a day at the races for two plus £100 betting fund; the second placed team will get access to the EVA support package free for 12 months; and the third place team will win a composite door*.

Jody Vincent, National Sales Manager, Emplas, threw down the gauntlet to the trade. “This industry has its fair share of arm chair pundits, so this is their chance to put their sporting prowess to the test and if they walk the walk – not just talk a good game – they could be in with a chance of picking up some pretty decent prizes along the way.”

EVA or the Emplas Virtual Assistant, was launched in March. It distils down Emplas’ own expert knowledge of the retail sector as gained through its retail business T&K, into a single online resource.

Accessed through a unique user ID and login, the EVA landing page is formed around a simple dashboard. There are quick links to ‘Your Leads’, an Instant online Quote Builder’ and a link to the Emplas Portal, which allows customers to place orders and track deliveries, on a drop down menu and at the top of the platform and a suite of 10 ‘clickable tiled ‘support options.

These include options for a ‘New Website’, Quotation Software, e-marketing, call tracking, ‘My Personal Assistant’, ‘Which’, SEO, T&Cs and DGCOS membership.

*Terms and conditions apply.

For more information on Emplas visit www.emplas.co.uk , email info@emplas.co.uk or call 01933 674880.