OLCI Launches Hunt to Find the Most Urgent DIY Jobs on Bank Holiday

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 21, 2009 -- OLCI Construction Training has begun a search to discover what UK households will be doing during the forthcoming Bank Holiday. The nation may well go DIY crazy but what exactly will they spend their time doing?

The OLCI Construction Training topical online poll will give insight into what DIY people throughout the UK will do during the Bank Holiday on Monday 4th May. From today, visitors to the popular website http://www.olci.info can vote for a wide variety of DIY jobs. DIY chores being monitored include fixing annoying leaking taps, weeding, mowing the lawn and all things gardening related, painting and decorating, cleaning or repairing their car and fitting or fixing shelves. Alternatively, visitors can staunchly declare they will not be doing any DIY on May Day Bank Holiday!

Speaking at the launch of the poll, Elin Norlin, OLCI Construction Training Marketing Manager commented: “OLCI will provide an insightful glimpse into what will be happening in households throughout the country. With people working so hard battling the recession, will they toil just as much on one of the few days off of the year? This fascinating poll will let us see once and for all what takes up our time.”

The results of exactly what the nation will be doing on May Day Bank Holiday will be announced on Wednesday 29th April 2009.

About OLCI Construction Training

Notes for Editors about OLCI:
OLCI Construction Training is the UK's only nationwide training provider offering industry-recognised qualifications through plumbing courses, electrical courses or gas courses. Upon successful completion of OLCI construction courses, trainees are able to become qualified plumbers or electricians or register with Gas Safe Register, with the aim of helping them run their own successful business or work as contractors.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 20, 2009 at 11:03 am
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