Baku 2015 and Azerbaijan Airlines announce first Lucky Winner VIDEO

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Baku, May 1, AZERTAC

Baku 2015 and Official Partner Azerbaijan Airlines have announced that Ms Ofeliya Abdullayeva has become the European Games’ first Lucky Winner. Ms Abdullayeva’s ticket number was drawn at random, winning two business class return flights to New York City courtesy of Azerbaijan Airlines and 1,500 AZN spending money.

The Baku 2015 Lucky Winner campaign features spectacular prizes offered by Official Partners for domestic spectators buying their tickets online. Upcoming prizes include a year’s supply of products for the whole family from P&G, a lifetime connection package from Nar Mobile, and his and hers bespoke watches from Tissot. All prizes also include two tickets to the Baku 2015 Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

Ms Abdullayeva said: “It’s a dream come true to win the Lucky Winner prize. The chance to go to New York will be the trip of a lifetime, but first we have the Baku 2015 Games and Ceremonies to look forward to. Thank you to AZAL and the European Games!”

Mr Jahangir Asgarov, President at Azerbaijan Airlines CJSC said: “Azerbaijan Airlines is proud to be an Official Partner of the first European Games, and to play our part in raising anticipation even further ahead of the Opening Ceremony. We are sure the winner will enjoy her trip to New York and the Baku 2015 Ceremonies, making this historic moment for Azerbaijan even more special.”

Mr Simon Clegg, Chief Operating Officer at Baku 2015, said: “I would like to congratulate Ofeliya Abdullayeva on being Baku 2015’s first Lucky Winner. This promotion helps to bring the magic of Baku 2015 to spectators even before the Games begin, and we are grateful to Azerbaijan Airlines for their continued support in building anticipation and involving the public in this ground-breaking event.”

3 more prizes will be awarded in the coming weeks for future ticket purchasers.

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