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Eurostar has announced that it is inviting people to nominate a hero for a chance to win a Standard Premier trip for Two on Eurostar.
Whether a health worker, a volunteer in the community or a shop keeper, the train operator is providing people with a chance to thank those that have provided help during the coronavirus pandemic.
Nominations can be made via Eurostar’s Facebook page or Instagram account.
Each week, a winner will be selected and will be given two return trips to a destination of their choice for use up to May 2021.
The competition closes on 18th June 2020, with one winner per week selected at random.
The competition is available on Eurostar’s social media channels: https://www.facebook.com/eurostar/ https://www.instagram.com/eurostar
The first winner, selected on 27th May, was Thomas, a junior doctor who was nominated by his sister, and said: “Thank you to Eurostar for awarding me this prize, and to my sister, Rose, for nominating me! These past few months have been exhausting for so many people within healthcare and those supporting us to live our lives differently. I am really looking forward to taking a relaxing break on Eurostar as soon as we get back to some form of normality. Thank you.”
Richard Sherwood, Director of Customer Engagement, Eurostar, said: “Throughout the coronavirus outbreak, we have been inspired by the stories we’ve seen amongst our communities. We hope that by providing the chance to win a Eurostar trip, we can help people thank the heroes that have made a difference to them over this challenging time.”
This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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