Be a World Cup winner with Turners Hyundai
- Credit: Hyundai
World Cup partner Hyundai and Turners Hyundai are kicking off their celebrations for the football finals in Brazil this summer by giving people the chance to win a host of prizes with the ultimate goal being a new i30 Go! SE hatchback.
All people have to do is have a test-drive or a free vehicle health check during the three-day event at Turners Hyundai Bury St Edmunds, in Tayfen Road, from Friday, May 16 to Sunday, May 18 and Turners Hyundai Ipswich, in Ransomes Way, from Friday, May 23 to Sunday, May 25 for the opportunity to crack the FIFA World Cup Vault at the dealership and win some great prizes.
Each Hyundai UK dealership taking part will also have a golden football in the World Cup Vault with the winner being entered into a national draw, taking place on Monday, July 14, to win the 1.6-litre CRDi turbo diesel i30 Go! SE.
Once visitors to the dealership have taken a test drive or the free vehicle health check offer during the special weekend, they select a vault key which will open one of six drawers that hold an instant win prize. As well as a national pool of prizes – a 50in TV, two XBox One games consoles and two FIFA 2014 games – each Turners Hyundai dealership will have a host of instant prizes. These include a 50in TV, a Brazuca football, three FIFA World Cup balls, an iPod Shuffle, a digital camera, a multi-media tablet, 40 items of Hyundai merchandise, 10 Hyundai sports bottles and 10 Hyundai coolbags.
Up to 20 customers will be taken on a test-drive by a professionally-trained driver on a route chosen to showcase the car’s capabilities.
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Find out more about the Hyundai range at Turner Motor Group online at www.turnermotorgroup.co.uk or telephone Turners Hyundai Bury St Edmunds on 01284 544235 or Turners Hyundai Ipswich on 01473 365956.
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