Win West Ham Tickets With Sure Deodorant
Wednesday, 1st Feb 2017 10:21
Our friends at new club partner's Sure have teamed up with us to offer a pair of tickets for Saints against West Ham United at St Mary's on Saturday, see how you can win them here.
Saints new official partner Sure are a household name, certainly a market leader in deodorant for both men and women and now with their tie in with the club they are looking to engage with supporters.
Claudio Bellen, Senior Brand Manager of Sure UK & Ireland, said: “We are thrilled to announce our sponsorship of Southampton Football Club. Football is the most watched sport in the UK and is a key passion point for the brand’s target audience.
“Through our partnership with Southampton FC, the brand will aim to leverage money can’t buy experiences and tickets to engage with Saints fans, whilst also providing exciting content and unique insights to add to their overall spectator experience through social channels.”
Of course this partnership will not come cheap to Sure who recognise the benefit of being closely linked with a top Premier League football club.
Sure are not just looking to just get their name in the programme and leave it at that though, they have also taken out one of our executive boxes to foster close links between the company and the club and indeed Fraser Forster will be an Ambassador for Sure and will feature in their advertising in his Saints kit.
The campaign will intrinsically link the brand’s approach to high pressure moments often experienced by players, managers and fans within football.
Sure will be creating regular content on its football-dedicated Twitter channel @Sure, using the hashtag #NeverMoreSure and highlighting how players perform in high pressure moments.
This can only be good for Saints fans, as not only are Sure going to put money into the football club that will help us financially towards achieving our goals, not only will the club get a higher profile in the media, but the fans will benefit directly from competitions and giveaways etc.
That being the case Sure have offered www.theuglyinside.net two general admission tickets to give away for the game against West Ham United on Saturday in an exclusive competition to our members and subscribers.
The competition is simple and easy to enter, all you have to do is either leave your answer in the comments section of the story below or via a a personal message on this site to SaintNick
The question is.
Which left back did Saints sell to Manchester United in the summer of 2014 ?
Leave your answer along with the hashtag #NeverMoreSure.
The competition will close at noon on Thursday 2nd February.
The tickets will be provided directly by Sure for collection at St Mary's, The Ugly Inside will not be responsible for any issues surrounding these tickets nor will it enter into any correspondence regarding the competition and the winning decision will be final.
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