March 10, 2011
-- Its competition time again at Mainline Menswear and the kind folks who organise these things have put together a MASSIVE competition this time. After last months muted success of the G Star Jeans giveaway the designer clothing website is back with not one, but SIX Lacoste polo shirts and TWO pairs of Lacoste trainers to giveaway as one prize to one lucky winner! This means that a prize worth up to £534 is available and will give your wardrobe a major boost just in time for summer. You can choose six colours from the amazing range of 1212 polos worth £65 each and then any two pairs of trainers, ranging from £20 flip flops up to £72 trainers, the choice is purely down to the winner making this designer competition must win!
The kind people at Mainline have asked that we give February's winner of last months 'Win a pair of G Star jeans' competition. Its was won by David Mackenzie of Kirkcaldy in Fife and he chose a pair of G Star Morris Tapered 050 Embro Jeans, so congratulations from us to David and we hope that he enjoys his new jeans courtesy of Mainline Menswear.
So down to the business end. To enter this amazing competition, and the rest that are sure to follow throughout 2011 visit www.mainlinemenswear.co.uk/
and follow the on screen instructions, remembering to enter your name and contact details correctly to give you the maximum chance of winning. This giveaway really is not to be missed, as winning this fantastic bundle of Lacoste branded prizes will really kick off your 2011 summer in style! Closing date for the competition is the 31st of March 2011 and you only need to enter once, so enter now to avoid forgetting and missing out, as you'd be a fool to miss the great Lacoste clothing and footwear competition at Mainline Menswear.
Remember: Mainline Menswear are Trend Setters... Not Followers!!!
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Mainline Menswear is an independent designer menswear company and are authorised stockists of over 100 of the biggest designer brands in the world. Our product range is well over 8000 individual items and will only grow in 2011. Establised for six years.