BAKU-2015


Baku 2015 and P&G announce third Lucky Winner

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Baku, May 26, AZERTAC 

Baku 2015 and Official Partner P&G have announced that Mrs Elnara Rasulova has become the European Games’ latest Lucky Winner. Mrs Rasulova’s ticket number was drawn at random, winning a year’s supply of P&G products for the whole family.

The Baku 2015 Lucky Winner campaign features spectacular prizes offered by Official Partners for domestic spectators buying their tickets online. The final Lucky Winner, to be announced in early June, will win a lifetime connection package from Nar Mobile. All prizes include two VIP tickets to the Baku 2015 Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

Lucky Winner Mrs Rasulova said: “I have been looking forward to the European Games ever since I heard that Baku would be the host city, and to win such a fantastic prize makes it even more special. I can’t wait to be at the Opening Ceremony; it will be a great moment for the country and I’m so happy to be a part of it!”

Mr Simon Clegg, Chief Operating Officer of Baku 2015, said: “Mrs Rasulova is our third Lucky Winner, and I am sure she will enjoy this fantastic prize, as well as her VIP tickets to the Opening and Closing Ceremonies. The Lucky Winner campaign has increased the already high interest in purchasing tickets online for Baku 2015, and I would like to thank P&G for their continued support of this ground-breaking event.”

Mr Taygun Gunay, Director of the P&G Azerbaijan office, added: “P&G is a part of the daily lives of millions of Azerbaijanis, and Mrs Rasulova can now look forward to receiving a year’s worth of our products through this Lucky Winner prize. We are committed to being a strong partner of the first European Games, and this initiative is a great way of supporting the event.”

Tickets for Baku 2015 are still available to purchase online at baku2015.com, with an opportunity to win a great prize from Official Partner Nar Mobile.

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