TV’S ‘big Nev’ is on the road to Yorkshire

In a bid to save UK consumers more money on their household bills, TV businessman, Nev Wilshire, has launched his latest money saving campaign Nev’s Doorstep Challenge.
By: Save Britain Money
SWANSEA, Wales - Aug. 6, 2013 - PRLog -- Over the next few weeks, the face of ‘Big Nev’ will be appearing across the region, in locations including Bradford, Leeds and Sheffield, on the side of his company’s ‘Doorstep Challenge’ bus.


The bus which contains a team of highly trained surveyors and money saving advisors will be bringing money saving products and advice direct to the homes of consumers.


From loft and cavity wall insulation, energy efficient boilers, energy switching services, pension reviews and money saving tips, the team will be offering a one stop shop solution for customers which includes the option to book a no-obligation same day energy efficiency survey.


With the majority of products on offer free of charge, the aim is to make British households aware of a number of ways in which they can save money, lower their monthly outgoings and increase their disposable income.


Nev said: “Save Britain Money does what it says on the tin. We want more people to have more money to spend on what they want instead of on bills, but it can be difficult to get the message across to people that they can save money and they can do it for free!”


“The vast majority of people in the UK don’t switch their energy providers often enough, don’t use comparison websites or don’t realise that they could be entitled to insulation or a brand new boiler for free.”


 “This is what Nev’s Doorstep Challenge is all about. I’ve bored many people with my belief that I can knock on any door in the UK and save the householder money, and now we’ll find out if I’m right.”


The flagship bus of Nev’s Doorstep Challenge will debut in Sheffield next week.


The Save Britain Money group is based in Swansea and comprises 8 successful brands, each offering a range of money saving products and services. The Save Britain Money call centre, its staff and CEO Neville ‘Big Nev’ Wilshire were the subject of BBC3 docu-soap series, The Call Centre which aired from 4th June to 2nd July this year and is about to start a repeat run on BBC1 from 7th August.




Notes for editor:


·         Save Britain Money is the parent company for five successful companies. Nationwide Energy Services, Billscutter, HiS Energy, RIS Insulation and


·         The group has its headquarters in Matrix Park, Swansea Enterprise Park, Swansea.



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