Three years to drive a brand new Suzuki Swift for free, thanks to Simpson Motors.
That’s what one lucky football fan will win tomorrow, Independence Day, at the finals of the Lime Pelican Football Challenge at Kensington Oval.
The names of the first four finalists – Ian Bishop, Ryan Glasgow, Debra Pilgrim and Jermaine Newsam – were drawn at the Warren’s, St. Michael vehicle dealership Tuesday from the weekly winners of the Simpson Motors Drive Free Promotion, which took place at each of the games during the tournament.
Marketing Manager, Kevin Beckles, explained that the four finalists will attend the Challenge on Friday as Simpson Motors’ guests and the fifth finalist will be drawn from the audience ticket stubs during half time of the second match.
“Each finalist will receive a key and during half-time of the championship game they will get the chance to see which of them has the winning key to open the door of the sporty Suzuki Swift up for grabs.
That lucky person will not only win the Swift to drive free for three years but they will also win free insurance and maintenance from Simpson Motors for the duration.
“Our Drive Free promotion last year was such a big hit with supporters of the LIME Pelican Football Challenge that we decided to offer even more this year. The Suzuki Swift is one of our most popular models and is also the number one selling car in Barbados this year and we thought this was the perfect match for the most popular football championship on the island,” Beckles said.
President of the Barbados Football Association, Randy Harris, who was on hand for the draw, thanked Simpson Motors for their support and noted that the Drive Free Promotion was an added attraction for the Challenge:
“This promotion has really enhanced the game and the support we have been getting from the general public. It is a grand prize that anyone would want to win and so we encourage our supporters to come out on Friday because they have the chance to be that lucky winner if they are at the finals.”
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