THERE’S STILL TIME TO ENJOY THE GAME WITH SEAT!
As the SEAT-sponsored UEFA Europa League gears up for the nail-biting knockout phase this week, the sporty Spanish car maker is reminding fans that it’s not too late for them to ‘Enjoy The Game’ and stand a chance of winning a brand new Leon SE Copa in the process!
Some of Europe’s finest footballing sides will this week go head-to-head in the first leg of the UEFA Europa League Round of 32 as the road to the 2012 final in Bucharest gets that bit more testing.
Flying the flag for the UK will be Premiership titans Manchester United and Manchester City – one and two in the Premier League at the moment – with Stoke City also vying for a place in the Europa League last 16.
However SEAT UK is offering football enthusiasts the chance to do more than just spectate as these footballing giants take on their Continental counterparts. Visitors to the SEAT website – seat.co.uk – can enter a great Europa League-themed ‘Enjoy The Game’ competition which has as its star prize a new SEAT Leon SE Copa 1.2 TSI worth more than £17,000!
Entrants accumulate points by correctly predicting either the outcome, or the outcome along with the exact score, of the remaining Europa League matches. They then exchange their points for ‘raffle tickets’ in an end-of-season draw that has the Leon as its top prize. Alternatively, pending on their points total, they can select instant prizes such as shopping vouchers or UEFA Europa League replica footballs.
The competition launched at the start of this season’s UEFA Europa League but even those fans joining at the knockout stage could still be in with a chance of scooping the car.
What’s more, there are great chances to accumulate even more points via special SEAT VIP passes. These are available from SEAT dealers nationwide and carry a special code that delivers bonus points when entered into the website.
SEAT UK Digital Marketing Manager, Tanya Todd, explained: ‘The Europa League is a great competition and SEAT is thrilled to have such a close and powerful association with it.
‘As this season’s competition reaches the exciting knockout stage I’m sure plenty of fans – armchair enthusiasts or otherwise – will relish trying to win points in our ‘Enjoy The Game’ competition.