npower, official club sponsor and community partner of the Worcester Warriors are offering fans the chance to upgrade their tickets to the comfort of their own private balcony.
The 'home from home' style balcony is complete with luxury sofas, a fridge fully stocked with beer, free programs and the chance to meet a Warriors squad member. The balcony is situated above the standing area of the ground and offers fantastic views of the action.
The competition will run at every home game in the 09/10 Season. The competition is available to all ticket holders for each match and fans can enter using the following method:
E.g. If you have a ticket to the game, for a free upgrade you would need to email email@example.com with details of the specific match and date in the email subject and in the main body of the email the ticket reference number and contact details.
The lucky winner will receive a phone call on the morning of the game informing them they have won the free upgrade, which will enable them plus three friends to be upgraded to the 'best seats in the house' balcony to watch the game.
Sue Heritage, Sponsorship and Events Manager at npower added: "The 'best seats in the house' balcony will mean for a lucky few they get to experience the game in a whole new way and as part of our continued support of the Warriors, npower are very happy to have been able to provide this."
Tom Ryder, Marketing Manager at Worcester Warriors, said: "With npower's experience from cricket and Warriors 'be our16th man' campaign we have developed a fun if not slightly different match day environment. We want our fans to join in the fun and enter the competition to be upgraded to the best seats in the house whilst adding to the special Sixways atmosphere."
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