Competition Time – Win £500 off Lawgistics Membership

Lawgistics Sales and Marketing Director, Joel Combes, has joined a team of automotive industry leaders to take part in the Industry Leaders Challenge 2020 - The Climb.

The Industry Leaders Challenge is an epic personal challenge taken on each year by an automotive industry leader (or leaders) to fundraise for BEN, and this year’s challenge is no easy task. The 2020 challenge involves a group of CEOs and Directors from well-known automotive businesses volunteering to climb Mount Kilimanjaro (The Climb) whilst their businesses commit to raise £50,000.

BEN are looking to get 10 businesses onboard who will work collectively to raise a massive £500,000 for the automotive charity BEN.

Joel has teamed up with Leon Bosch, Managing Director of UK Automotive at Gallagher, to make the climb whilst their businesses, Lawgistics and Gallagher, work together to find ways to raise funds for the charity.

One initiative Lawgistics are running is a Prize Competition offering up to £500 off Lawgistics Membership fee in 2021 to the winners. With over 1000 loyal members renewing with Lawgistics each year, we are optimistic this competition has the potential of raising a substantial amount towards our target and gives participants the chance of winning a generous discount off their next year’s subscription.

Entering the competition is simple...

Participants must answer the question below correctly and make a minimum donation of £25 to BEN to be entered into a prize draw.

What UK Act replaced the Sale of Goods Act 1979 in 2015?

First Prize:
£500 off Lawgistics Membership fee for 2021

Second Prize: £250 off Lawgistics Membership fee for 2021

Third Prize: £100 off Lawgistics Membership fee for 2021

Answers should be submitted using the form at the bottom of this page or emailing and donations can made using the link below.


Alternatively, you can call Lawgistics direct with your answer and donate using a credit/debit card, by calling 01480 455500.

Joel has said, “This challenge is no easy task. Leon and I will have to train for 16 weeks to prepare ourselves for a 6-day trek to the summit of Kilimanjaro whilst our businesses will have to work very hard to raise the ambitious target. We hope our involvement in this challenge will bring awareness of the support BEN offers as well as raise money to ensure that BEN is there for many more years. We very much hope that existing and new members will support this very worthy cause by entering our competition.”

Other teams and team members participating in The Climb are JCT600 with CEO, John Tordoff and son, Joe; Endeavour Automotive with Managing Director, Adrian Wallington and Head of Business, Guy Twistleton; Euro Car Parts with CEO, Andy Hamilton and Trading Director, Anthony McAteer; and Haymarket Automotive with Managing Director, Racheal Prasher and Agency Director, Chris Daniels.

Three leaders from BEN will also be taking part: BEN’s Chief Executive, Zara Ross; Fundraising Director, Matt Wigginton; and Health & Wellbeing Director, Rachel Clift.

Further automotive industry leaders joining the trek are set to be announced shortly.

Lawgistics Prize Competition Terms and Conditions

What UK Act replaced the Sale of Goods Act 1979 in 2015?