Friday, November 22, 2013

Bring Them Home with Leinster Rugby

Leinster Launch International Competition to Fly Followers Home for Northampton Game

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Leinster Rugby have announced the ultimate Christmas gift for families with the launch of the ‘Bring Them Home’ competition. Leinster supporters far afield are in with the chance to win two return flights to Dublin from anywhere in the world as well as a whopping €1,000 spending money, two VIP tickets to the annual Christmas Cracker game, December 14th and Leinster goodie bags.

Entries are accepted via the official Leinster Twitter or Facebook accounts and all entrants must be able to fly home in time for Leinster’s titanic clash with Northampton Saints on the 14th of December, 2013. Those interested will have to get creative and prove they are the Leinster Rugby’s biggest supporter living abroad via a 100 word comment, 140 character tweet, image, video, vine or instagram; deserving of a Christmas trip home.

Speaking at the launch of the campaign, Michael Dawson, Chief Executive, Leinster Rugby said, “We were very keen to run this competition this year as we are very much aware that the Leinster diaspora is worldwide.”

“What a better time to give something back to Leinster supporters than at Christmas time and we look forward to awarding our lucky supporter, plus friend, the opportunity to come home to their families and enjoy the Christmas Cracker game”.

The ‘Bring Them Home Campaign’ runs until Wednesday, 4th December, 6pm (EST) on www.facebook.com/LeinsterRugby and www.twitter.com/LeinsterRugby using the hashtag #LeinsterRugby. All competition details, as well ticket information, ahead of the upcoming Northampton Saints game at The Aviva Stadium are available at www.leinsterrugby.ie while tickets can also be purchased from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

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