Companies back charity’s World Cup sweepstake
CITY businesses have signed up to enter a thrilling World Cup sweepstake and raise cash for charity at the same time.
Deafblind UK is behind the fun contest, which will see the company with the winning footballing nation, being presented with a life-size replica of the World Cup.
Jeff Skipp, Deafblind UK’s chief executive, will preside over the team draw at noon tomorrow.
There will be 32 balls drawn at the draw, each representing a country taking part in this year’s tournament, these will then be allocated to the Peterborough companies that take part.
Each company that has entered into the sweepstake will be notified of the country that they have been drawn later that afternoon.
A profile and analysis of their newly acquired team, together with a World Cup wall planner to chart their team’s success, will also be sent to them.
The results will also be posted on Deafblind UK’s website as and when they happen.
On July 12, the winners of the 2010 FIFA World Cup sweepstake in aid of Deafblind UK will be invited to the charity’s head office in Hampton where they will be presented with the trophy.