Win a trip to the home of Ferrari with FTA Transport Manager 2016.

12 September, 16

FTA Transport Manager 2016 sponsored by Iveco is offering delegates the opportunity to win amazing prizes as the conference series gets under way in Chepstow on Wednesday (14 September).

Headline sponsor Iveco is providing some amazing prizes.  To get their hands on one of ten Iveco goodie bags all delegates have to do is enter the draw at their event.

One lucky winner will also win a trip for two people to visit Maranello, Italy, the home of Ferrari. The prize will include two return economy class flights from London Heathrow Airport to Bologna, a two-night stay at a 4 star hotel in Bologna and a trip to the Ferrari Factory and Museum.


Goodyear is also offering a goodie bag at each venue.

Will Reeves, FTA’s Sponsorship and Advertising Manager, said: “It is fantastic news that two of our sponsors will be holding prize draws at this year’s Transport Manager series.  These are always popular on the day with the lucky delegates able to walk away with a prize. The ultimate winner of the Iveco prize will also have a fantastic trip to the home of Ferrari in Maranello, Italy.”

FTA Transport Manager, which is supported by Goodyear Tyres and Microlise, takes place from September to December and gives transport managers and those in charge of road transport fleets the opportunity to hear from key industry speakers and experts such as their local Traffic Commissioner, DVLA and DVSA on the latest issues affecting their operation, preparing them for the year ahead.

For further information on FTA Transport Manager or to book a place, go to or call the FTA Member Service Centre on 03717 11 22 22.


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