What a fantastic piece of news. Imagine winning a brand new car just for attending a football match! Thanks to Booth’s Motor Group, Mark Wheatley took home a brand new Hyundai.
This season Booth’s Motor Group gave Mariners supporters the chance to win a brand new car just for attending a match at Central Coast Stadium.
The winner was drawn at our last Hyundai A-League home match, which was Mariners Member Mark Wheatley! Due to his own football commitments, Mark couldn’t be at the match but he visited Booth’s Gosford to pick up his brand new ride.
David Booth, Dealer Principal at Booth’s Motor Group is a huge contributor to the local community and announced that they will be giving away ANOTHER BRAND NEW CAR during the Hyundai A-League 2016/17 Season.
“We were very happy with the car giveaway promotion to support the Mariners membership drive this year,” Booth said. “Whilst the team didn’t enjoy a lot of on-field success, the promotion generated a lot of interest and resulted in over 35000 entries.
“Mariners Members received the benefit of being able to double their chances by adding to their automatic entry with a manual entry by attending one of our showrooms.
“In the end, it was great to see a loyal member take out the prize.
“We will be running a similar program for the 2016/17 season,” Booth said.
Recipient of the brand new Hyundai, Mark Wheatley couldn’t believe when he received the phone call.
“I’ve been following the Mariners since the A-League started and I don’t miss too many home games,” Wheatley said.
“On the Saturday of the draw however I was playing for Barnstoneworth 45As and was home recovering when a mate from work texted me from the game that I had won a car. It didn’t seem real until getting a call from Cameron at the Mariners.
“It was absolutely brilliant, like many people out there I’ve never won anything before. I’d just like to say A huge thanks to Booths Hyundai for the prize and their ongoing support for the Mariners,” Wheatley said.
Booth’s Motor Group have been trading on the Central Coast and contributing to the local community for over 75 years