Motorpoint Launches Designated Driver Scheme For Christmas
by Becky Harrison |
posted 29 November 2019
Motorpoint has teamed up with the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham to launch a designated driver reward programme over the festive period. They are inviting ticket holders attending shows at the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham between November 25 and December 20 to nominate their designated driver for the chance to have the cost of their Arena tickets refunded.
To enter, ticket holders simply tell the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham who is their designated driver on the night of the show. They do this via social media using the #designateddriver hashtag (a photo of the driver is an added bonus!).
The winners will be announced on social media within 48 hours of the end of each show and be refunded the value of two of their tickets. This includes sell-out shows by Jack Whitehall, Liam Gallagher and Michael Bublé. Proof of purchase will be required.
Mark Carpenter, Chief Operating Officer of Motorpoint, said: “We know that being the designated driver for some on a night out can feel like a sacrifice especially at Christmas. But getting your friends, family or colleagues’ home safely is one of the most important things you as a designated driver can do.”
This special offer comes in the wake of a new poll by Motorpoint which found 70.6 per cent of people would welcome a complete ban on consumption of alcohol behind the wheel. The drink drive limit in England and Wales is currently 80mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood - the highest in Europe. The drink drive limit in Scotland was reduced to 50mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood almost five years ago to fall in line with most other European countries.
Sharon Lordan, Sales and Marketing Director at the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham, added: “What better way to say thank you to your designated driver than by treating them to a big night out this Christmas courtesy of Motorpoint. Everyone at the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham looks forward to seeing the hashtag #designateddriver trending on social media over the coming weeks.”