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Win - Pooleys £250 Voucher

WIN A £250 VOUCHER

WITH TOUCHDOWN RADIO & POOLEY'S FLIGHT EQUIPMENT

"Position Report"

In association with our partners at Pooley's Flight Equipment we are giving one lucky winner a £250 voucher to spend in-store or online at www.pooleys.com.

HOW TO ENTER "POSITION REPORT"

1. Download The FREE Touchdown Radio App from either Google or Apple Stores

2. Check to make sure notifications are enabled

3. Every Wednesday you will receive a notification giving you part of the lat/long position report

4. When you receive the last lat/long text the studio on 07520 619 910 starting your message with POSITION followed by your NAME and the lat/long location name

Example
Position Brian Cardiff
to 07520 619910
 
Terms
1. Competition will run from 1/5/2021 to 31/05/2021
2. One entry per person
3. Only correct answers will be added to the competition
4. Text messages will be charged at normal text message rates
5. There is no cash value to this prize
6. No cash will be given in exchange for the voucher
7. Competition closes midnight 31/5/2021
8. Entries after competition close date and time will not be accepted
9 Competition will fall in line with our standard competition terms found in our terms and conditions 

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