WHO WAS OUR WINNER?
A huge congratulations to Kevin Skeith, a self-employed flooring specialist from Sleaford, who takes the title of UK Worker Of The Year 2016.
ABOUT THE COMPETITION:
From April until mid-September 2016 we were busy taking entries for this year’s UK Worker Of the Year competition in association with ASDA and Honda. Having received thousands of entries both directly online and track-side at the various BSB meeting throughout the year we managed to whittle down the entries to our 6 lucky finalists. The six finalists spent the entire weekend with our judging panel, as well as representatives from Dickies, ASDA & Honda and of course our special guest (BSB legend) Chris ‘The Stalker’ Walker. This weekend was during the final races of this season British Superbike Championship at Brands Hatch (14th-16th October), so our finalists were also treated to a full weekend of VIP hospitality at the races!
MORE ABOUT OUR FINALISTS:
Our six finalists for this year were:
Kevin Skeith, our winner of course!
Christine Vaghela, an electrician from Elstree
Paul Harris, an electronics engineer from County Durham
Samantha Lea, a firefighter from Nottingham
Guy Hodgson, a builder from the West Midlands
Charlotte Morton, a farmer from South Yorkshire
All six are pictured below, showing off the choice of 1st prize offered by Honda as part of our winning package:
WHAT WERE THE PRIZES:
1st prize was:
- A choice of any of the Honda vehicles shown above. Kevin opted for the Crosstourer 1200cc motorbike!
- A years worth of FREE SHOPPING, courtesy of ASDA (up to the value of £100 per week)
- An opportunity to land £250,000 in cash(!) by predicting the correct positions for the top 6 riders in the final race of the season. Unfortunately Kevin didn’t land this, but was undoubtedly delighted with his other fantastic prizes regardless.
- £2,000 in holiday vouchers
- 3 months worth of FREE SHOPPING, courtesy of ASDA (up to the value of £100 per week)
- £1,000 in holiday vouchers
- 1 months worth of FREE SHOPPING, courtesy of ASDA (up to the value of £100 per week)
Christine Vaghela landed 2nd place & Paul Harris achieved 3rd place & can both be seen below:
And here are Charlotte, Guy & Samantha who are all incredibly deserving of their place in this year’s Top 6 of UK Worker Of The Year:
We wish all our finalists all the best for the future and hope that recognition they have received from being involved in this fantastic competition continues to inspire them in the years ahead.
Keep an eye out for more competitions from Dickies & perhaps a return for an 8th year of UK Worker Of The Year in the Spring of 2017 & keep up to date with all news by completing the form below to sign up to our newsletters: