Vauxhall Offer England Fans Chance to go Home or Away

Vauxhall has this week launched a brand new Facebook competition giving England fans the opportunity to support Roy Hodgson’s men either at Home and Away this summer.

The England Team sponsor used digital agency Skive to develop the competition for fans to support their team in style this summer with a chance to travel to Ukraine or take part in a VIP Match screening in England with an England legend.

England fans can take part in a Home or Away quiz based on England team trivia and gives the winner the opportunity to choose where they would like to be watching the action this summer.

Peter Hope, Marketing Director of Vauxhall Motors, said; “As the England Team sponsor we wanted to be able to offer the ultimate fan experience for England fans either at Home or Away this summer.

“We have made a significant investment in our digital football platforms and the response to our activity has been very positive from the fans.

“Our Facebook competitions have been very well received by football fans and we are always looking to push the boundaries and give fans a unique experience through our sponsorship of the National team.”

Vauxhall’s Home or Away competition app is available via both desktop and mobile Facebook platforms.

Vauxhall launched their football social media platforms in October 2011 and currently have close to 45 thousand followers across all four Home Nations.

Become a fan of Vauxhall England on Facebook at www.facebook.com/VauxhallEngland

For more information on Vauxhall Football go to www.vauxhallfootball.co.uk

Follow @VauxhallEngland on twitter at https://twitter.com/VauxhallEngland

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