SPAR and James Hall & Co have launched a competition to design a Marie Curie-themed lorry trailer.
Throughout October, the organisations are encouraging people who live in the North of England – and particularly children – to enter the competition by designing a lorry trailer inspired by Marie Curie’s colours, the work the charity does, and the partnership with SPAR.
James Hall & Co, SPAR’s primary wholesaler and distributor in the North of England, has recently taken delivery of a new trailer that will feature the winning design.
People can enter the competition by picking up a colouring template at their local SPAR store in the North of England. Alternatively, the form can be downloaded from a dedicated space on the James Hall & Co website, www.jameshall.co.uk/design-a-truck
Once completed, entries can be uploaded via the same web address, submitted via an entrant’s local SPAR store, emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted directly to the James Hall l& Co’s distribution centre in Preston.
The winner will not only see their design on the side of a lorry, they will also be presented with a BMX scooter and SPAR hamper.
Tom Murphy, marketing manager at James Hall & Co, said: “We run competitions across the year within our SPAR stores that are incentives for our adult customers only, so we’re incredibly excited to get the wheels in motion on our lorry design competition that opens the doors to children to enter.
“We are proud that this competition is celebrating the partnership between SPAR and Marie Curie, a charity that is close to our hearts.”Published Date: October 7, 2022