Baku 2015 and Nar announce final Lucky Winner

Baku, June 10, AZERTAC

Fuad Hasanov has become the European Games’ fourth and final Lucky Winner.

Baku 2015 and the Official Telecommunication Partner Nar have announced that Mr Hasanov has become the European Games’ fourth and final Lucky Winner. Mr Hasanov’s ticket number was drawn at random, winning an iPhone 6+, iPad Air 2, 3G Nar branded dongle, a prestige number and finally, a lifetime balance package from the fastest growing mobile operator of Azerbaijan, Nar.

The Baku 2015 Lucky Winner campaign has featured spectacular prizes offered by Official Partners for domestic spectators buying their tickets online. Prizes for previous Lucky Winners included two business class return flights to New York City courtesy of Azerbaijan Airlines and 1,500 AZN spending money, his and hers bespoke watches from Tissot, and a year’s supply of products for the whole family from P&G. All Lucky Winners also received two VIP tickets to the Baku 2015 Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

Mr Hasanov: “I am a big sports fan so having the first European Games here in Azerbaijan was already great for me. But to win such a fantastic prize is incredible! The lifetime connection package from Nar will make a big difference for me, and I can’t wait to see the Baku 2015 Opening and Closing Ceremonies.”

Mr Kent McNeley, CEO at Nar, said: “The Baku 2015 European Games will be a historic moment for our country, and Nar is proud to be helping to bring the excitement to the Azerbaijani people through the Lucky Winner promotion.”

Mr Simon Clegg, Chief Operating Officer of Baku 2015, said: “I would like to congratulate Mr Hasanov on being Baku 2015’s final Lucky Winner. This promotion has helped to build anticipation even further amongst the Azerbaijani public, and we are grateful to Nar for their continued support of the first European Games.”

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