Win trips to VIP events with Nescafé

28 February 2008
Win trips to VIP events with Nescafé

The new year heralds a new lap in the Nescafé "Britain's Favourite Events" promotion running throughout 2008.

Four couples will win VIP tickets for sporting events such as the Wimbledon Ladies' Tennis Final, the British Grand Prix or the Golf Open or - new for 2008 - film premieres or bands performing at the 02 Arena.

The package includes first-class seats, Champagne, fine dining, a free bar and £300 spending money.

Last year's winner Chris Grief, head chef of Gresham School in Holt, Norfolk, was lucky enough to see Roger Federer at the Wimbledon's Men's Final.

To enter, caterers must buy a promotional tin (or box of stickpacks) of Nescafé Original, Gold Blend, Cappuccino, Latte or Mocha coffee and then visit the Nestlé Foodservices website, which provides further details.

There will also be 10 monthly draws offering prizes of six iPod Shuffles, four £25 Ticketmaster vouchers and 10 £10 HMV vouchers.

The closing date for this lap of the offer is 30 May. Tickets for further events such as the National Flower Show, Six Nations rugby, and test match cricket will come on-stream later in the year.

For more information on Nestlé Professional, call 0800 745845 orvisit the company website here >>

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