Key Worker Giveaway! Win a Wedding Package Worth Over £12,000

Continued kindness across the world during these difficult times is important. The Aspiration Group have helped Miamor Boutique to launch a competition, partnered with other amazing businesses to offer a FREE WEDDING PACKAGE OF DREAMS!!

The Aspiration Group wants to give something back to those who are risking their lives to support our country during the COVID-19 pandemic

If you are classified as a key worker by the Government from Birmingham, or know someone that is, who has a wedding planned to take place in 2021, these workers can be nominated for this competition; here is how you enter.

  1. Head over to @miamor_boutique on Instagram and Facebook and read their post (we want all entries to be on this one post)
  2. Follow all the companies involved in this giveaway (if you are the nominator, the couple you are nominating must be following all accounts to win)
  3. Complete the entry form on @miamor_boutique bio (you can do this if you are nominating a couple or if you are a key worker nominating yourself)
  4. Tag a minimum of 3 other key workers to this post
  5. Send @miamor_boutique a screenshot of completed steps 1-3 via direct message, this will allow us to track your entry as we cannot see your shares if you have a private account

THE WINNING KEY WORKER WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON 25TH MAY 2020.

GOOD LUCK!

Terms & Conditions

*This giveaway package is for a couple getting married in 2021 in Birmingham and must be a current key worker (ID necessary). Each couple can only be nominated once*

*Key Worker Definition

  • Healthy and Social Care

Doctors, nurses, midwives, paramedics, social workers, car workers and other frontline health and social care staff including volunteers. Office staff supporting the NHS and those in the health and social care supply chain, including producers and distributers of medicines and medical equipment.

  • Education and Childcare

All nursery and teaching staff, social workers and specialist professionals supporting schools and students.

  • Key Public Services

All nursery and teaching staff, social workers and specialist professionals supporting schools and students.

  • Local and National Government

Any council worker or civil servant working on the coronavirus response delivering essential public services such as the payment of benefits, housing, education and social care

  • Food and Essential Goods

Those involved in food production, processing, distribution, sales and delivery as well as those making or distributing key goods such as hygiene supplies and animal medicines.

  • Utilities, Communication and Financial Services

999 and 111 call handlers, financial services staff in banks, building societies and markets, people in the oil, gas and electricity and water sectors and those in key IT and data infrastructure jobs. Staff working in the civil nuclear, chemicals and telecommunications sectors. Postal staff, payments providers and waste disposal companies.

  • Public Safety and National Security

Police and support staff, Ministry of Defence civilians, contractors, armed forces personnel, fire and rescue service employees, National Crime Agency staff, those maintaining border security, prison and probation staff and national security roles.

  • Transport

Those who keep the UK’s air, water, road and rail passenger and freight transport network operating such as drivers, pilots and engineers.