Worcester Warriors supporters can kick themselves into the driving seat of a new car when Northampton Saints visit Sixways for the Guinness Premiership clash on Saturday, November 11.
The Kick for a Car competition marks the start of the Hylton Group's new role as Official Vehicle Partner to the Warriors in the Community programme, via which the Worcester dealership will supply the team with vehicles to enable them to continue their support for schools and clubs throughout Worcestershire and beyond.
In the exciting new competition, being run in partnership with the Hylton Group at every home match, the lucky winner of the half-time Warriors Crossbar Challenge will win a car for the year - as long as they can hit the crossbar with a kick from the hand.
To put themselves in with a chance, they'll have to enter the competition online and hope they're among the two lucky winners.
"Because of the large number of schools and rugby clubs we now have partnerships with, and the rural nature and size Worcestershire, it's essential that the team has the ability to reach the community and be able to carry all of the necessary equipment," says Community Manager Dan Zaltzman.
The Hylton Group is equally delighted with the new partnership.
"We've always considered ourselves as a community-centred company and have traditionally supported the community work carried out by sports clubs," says group manager Neale Suter. "Worcester Warriors have a very impressive programme which reaches a large number of the community, all ages and sexes. This fits in well with our consumer base as we supply a huge range of cars - Nissan, Peugeot, Alfa Romeo, Subaru, Hyundai and Renault - to a diverse group of customers."
Full terms and conditions for the Kick for a Car competition are available by clicking here.
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