|May 04, 2006|
carrentals.co.uk Signed England World Cup Shirt Promotion
|An England football shirt signed by the team, including Beckham, Rooney, Owen and Gerrard, is up for grabs in the new Book2Win promotion from the No.1 online car hire company carrentals.co.uk.|
Part of the carrentals.co.uk World Cup campaign (www.carrentals.co.uk/worldcup), the shirt is a real collector's item, with authentic signatures of England's best-loved players from the squad heading to Germany for the World Cup.
The chance to win the shirt is open to all leisure and business travellers who book car hire in May or June 2006 and travel before 31 July 2006, with names automatically entered into the prize draw for the signed shirt. Bookings can be for any duration, in any location, and for any car type.
Andrew Stevens, Managing Director of carrentals.co.uk, said: "Everyone's getting into the World Cup spirit and with just a few weeks to go before the kick off we wanted to offer something extra special. The signed shirt is a fantastic prize and a real collector's item, with the team all personally signing it to create a great piece of sporting history. Everyone has a chance to win just by booking car hire, so we'd like to wish everyone - and especially the England team - good luck!"
Full details of the carrentals.co.uk World Cup campaign can be found at www.carrentals.co.uk/worldcup. The site also features a Quick Guide to the German language, with useful phrases; a guide to German etiquette; football chants; and 'football widows' guides to Frankfurt, Nuremburg and Cologne, where England's round one matches will be played.
The signed shirt forms part of a joint promotion with Sportizus, (www.sportizus.com). Europe's largest retailer of autographed sporting & celebrity memorabilia. With 17 stores across the UK they stock thousands of autographs from the worlds of sport, TV/film, music, space, royalty and politics, authors and artists, historical and more.
To be in with a chance to win car hire must be booked in May or June and travel by 31 July 2006.