MK Dons winner picks up his new Suzuki Ignis!
Progress Suzuki is pleased to announce that Kevin Molloy from Milton Keynes has won a brand new five-door Fervent Red IGNIS SZ3 compact crossover in its latest football competition.
From the 70 entrants that participated in the contest during the season, by taking on numerous half time challenges at Stadium MK, the finalists were invited to the last MK Dons home game of the current season against Sheffield United. In a round of football darts during the break, each of the participants had two chances to kick a ball as close to the bullseye as possible. It was however Kevin Molloy, an MK Dons season ticket holder, who was the closest, beating his seven other rivals to claim the’ 17-registration car worth over £10,000.
As part of a special prize-giving ceremony, Pete Winkelman, Chairman of MK Dons, handed over the keys to the competition winner at the Progress Suzuki dealership which saw him become a first-time Suzuki owner.
Kevin Molloy said: “Surprisingly, when I was first selected to take part, I had a sixth sense that I was going to win – I don’t know why, it was just one of those weird feelings!
“My first event was Crossbar Challenge and I hit it on the third attempt. I thought I was going to go straight through to the final but so many people did well and got through.
“Luckily I came through the semi-final but my nerves, like with everyone else, were there in the final. I had a little practice the day before in the local park and it paid off!”
He added: “I’ve been lucky enough to play on the pitch before but I still got the real thrill in front of all the fans, which included a massive following from Sheffield United. The sun was shining, the pitch was perfect and it was just fantastic!
“As well as winning the car, I also got a signed football from the Club and that was a great treat. What Progress Suzuki have done is brilliant – I can’t thank them enough.”
Simon Sinclair, Brand Manager of Progress Suzuki, added: “We would like to congratulate Kevin on his outstanding achievement which was no mean feat, and he did exceptionally well to get so close to the bullseye. We wish him many years of enjoyable motoring, and we look forward to welcoming him again to Progress Suzuki in the near future.”
Added: 01 May 2017
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