AGGIE’S BACK!

AGGIE’S BACK!

Back by popular demand, Aggie Mackenzie was once again extolling the virtues of Beko products on Ireland’s popular morning programme Ireland AM.  Aggie was on set talking water charges, and how to save water and money with Beko’s 6 litre dishwasher.  She also explained how to properly fill a dishwasher (do men or women fill it better? – our research had some interesting findings!), and put Ireland AM presenter Alan to the test.

Aggie announced the Beko Ireland AM competition giving 3 lucky viewers the chance to win one of our Eco Smart appliances.

Tune in to Ireland AM between now and Friday 24th October, or check out Ireland AM’s Facebook page for entry details.  Closing date for competition is 10.00am Friday 24th October.

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