Crown Paints’ Sadolin brand is offering the opportunity to win a complete Sky bundle for a year as part of its ongoing sponsorship of Sky Sports News HQ at 10PM.
The free-to-enter competition will run from 23rd May to 30th June 2016 before a winner is selected at random via a prize draw.
The digital campaign will see Sadolin take over the Sky Sports website on Monday 30th May 2016 to coincide with some of the biggest events on the sporting calender, including the Champions League final and Premiership Rugby final, as well as England versus Sri Lanka in the Test Cricket and Football League play-off finals.
Debbie Orr, Marketing Manager of trade brands at Crown Paints, said: “Sadolin has true star quality and this promotion gives us a superb window of opportunity to showcase its quality and performance.”
To enter, visit the Sadolin website and enter your details.
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