Guests at WatchPro Awards will have a chance to win an IWC Pilot Chronograph on the night.
WatchPro Awards are the biggest night of the year for the British watch industry, and this year’s event will be even more exciting thanks to a new Safe-Cracker game that will give one lucky winner the chance to walk away with one of IWC’s hottest chronographs, valued at around £8,000.
WOLF is providing a one-tonne watch-winding safe, which will have the IWC chronograph, donated by Zing, locked inside it.
Every guest on the night will be given a unique six-digit code that might unlock the safe.
The digits of the correct code will be unveiled at stages throughout the night, eliminating everybody who has the wrong numbers, until there are only three people remaining.
Those three people will come to the stage to try their code. Only one person’s will work, and that person will walk away with the IWC watch.
“We ran this game at our inaugural WatchPro Awards in New York earlier this year, and everybody loved the extra excitement and fun it brought to the event,” says Rob Corder, co-founder and editor-in-chief for WatchPro.
“Zing Cover are delighted to be sponsoring this years safe cracker prize at the WatchPro awards; inviting one lucky winner to crack open a one-tonne watch-winding safe and walk away with an IWC Schaffhausen chronograph,” the company said.
“Zing Cover have swiftly become the leading specialist embedded insurer for the UK luxury goods market, offering specialist invite only insurance to the customers of its partner retailers,” it continued.
Will Greenwood at WatchPro Awards
This year’s Awards are being presented by Will Greenwood MBE, part of the England Rugby World Cup-winning team from 2003.
He will bring his experience from the pitch and the world of business to deliver an inspirational keynote on leadership and teamwork before handing out the winners’ trophies.