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Agria unveils winner at Congress

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Practice Manager Sarah La Thrope had a good weekend at the Veterinary Business & Management Congress when she won the £50.00 prize draw after voting for her favourite Practice Waiting Room Display using the Agria Pet Insurance kit.

Agria invited vet practices the length and breadth of the UK to submit photos of their pet insurance display using the materials developed and supplied by the company that enabled support staff to create impactful, informative pet insurance waiting room displays for the benefit of their clients.

The £50.00 cash prize was presented to Sarah from Ashmore Veterinary Centre on the final day of the Congress by Veterinary Sales Manager Christian Romeril.

Veterinary Surgeons and Practice Managers alike were invited to judge the 9 finalist entries and vote for the winning display during the 2-day Congress.

The winning practice will be announced at BSAVA Congress and will win a £500 night out for their team.

“The competition has been a fun way of launching Agria’s Waiting Room Display materials”, comments Simon Wheeler from Agria. “The serious side is that surgery staff can now make their promotion of pet insurance very personal to practice using clients actual experiences. As we saw to such good effect from the finalist entries displayed at VPMA.”

Practices who would like to order a Waiting Room Display kit or would like to find out more about the Agria offering should call the Agria Veterinary helpline on 0800 369 90 98 or contact Christian directly on 07714135162 or christian.romeril@agriapet.co.uk

Caption: Christian Romeril, Agria Veterinary Sales Manager presenting winner Sarah La Thrope with her £50.00 cash prize. Photo courtesy of David Richie.

 

Notes for editors:

Agria is one of the leading pet insurers in the world, writing its first animal policy in 1890. Today the company dominates Scandinavia and works closely with vets, breeders and other parts of the animal owning community. Agria started insuring pets in the UK in 2009.

 

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