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Hyundai offers trip to 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil

Friday March 28, 2014 at 1:44pm
Hyundai UK has teamed up with Copa90, the largest independent YouTube football channel, to give football fans the chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime VIP trip to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. The competition will give fans the opportunity to win one of seven VIP packages to see the host nation, Brazil, take on Mexico in Fortaleza on June 17, 2014. The all-expenses-paid winning package includes flights, accommodation, and match tickets for two people. To enter, fans have to recreate their favourite ‘GOAL’ celebration and enter them online at www.hyundai.co.uk/experiencemore. They will have to ‘Like’ Hyundai on Facebook to be able to enter. COPA90 presenters Maya Jama, Tom Deacon and Eli Mengem will pick two winners each week over a three week period. Judging will be on the basis of passion, creativity, humour and plain brilliance. The winner of the final pair of tickets, dubbed the ‘Wild Card’, will be chosen by fans through an audience vote. The competition will be open for entries until April 21st, 2014. In addition, Copa90 and Hyundai will also bring some of the spirit of the FIFA World Cup to Britain for those who cannot make it out to Brazil by creating a series of ‘World Cup City Guides’, ultimate guides to the twelve 2014 FIFA World Cup host cities. The series will feature presenter Maya Jama going on a mission to get right into the heart of Brazil – its people, its culture, its passion, and why football means so much. The first of the city guides is for Rio de Janeiro and can be viewed at www.youtube.com/Copa90 Hyundai Motor is an Official Partner of the FIFA World Cup. Its partnership with FIFA began in 1999 and is currently set to run until 2022. The brand has successfully supported major events such as the FIFA World Cup in Korea-Japan (2002), Germany (2006) and South Africa (2010), as well as other competitions including the FIFA Confederations Cup.
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