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Strike Gold With The London Motor Competition

By Kyle Lindsay
Thursday, April 6, 2017 - 09:00

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Strike gold with The London Motor Show competition

Organisers of The London Motor Show have launched a Golden Ticket draw for one lucky ticket holder to win a genuine, money-can’t-buy experience.

The winner and a guest will be collected from anywhere within London in a chauffeur-driven luxury car, supplied by leading dealer group H.R. Owen, and whisked to the show in style. Once there, the winner will be met by a representative of The London Motor Show who will provide a personal guided tour of the show.

The Golden Ticket holder will have a day to remember with unrivalled access to all of the star cars and fast-track entry to attractions and lunch will be provided at the mezzanine café.

Anyone who buys, or has already bought, a ticket will be automatically entered into the competition. One ticket number will be drawn at random on 24th April and the winner notified no later than 25th April.

The London Motor Show has recently announced a number of UK debuts appearing at the show, including the brand new Alpine A110, the single-seat BAC Mono, a new McLaren concept from renowned tuners Liberty Walk and the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso. The exhibitor list includes manufacturer stands from Porsche, Tesla and Vauxhall.

Alec Mumford, Chairman of The London Motor Show, said: “We’re excited to be able to offer this exciting experience to our visitors and we feel the Golden Ticket will be a great treat for the winner and their guest, giving them exclusive access to the event and the opportunity to experience the show in real style.”

The last date to purchase a ticket and still be entered into the draw is 23rd April and the lucky winner will be contacted by 25th April.

Full terms and conditions are available to view at https://thelondonmotorshow.co.uk/terms-and-conditions-for-the-golden-ticket/

Tickets are on sale now from £15, with children aged 11 or under going free (two children per paying adult), and can be purchased at the London Motor Show, where further information about the event is also available.

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