To celebrate the first year of Radio Lapland, (an all-new Christmas radio station which can be found on 103.2FM from December 1 until December 26) – Northern Ireland Hospice are giving away a once-in-a-lifetime prize, with a `Generation Game` finale at George Best Belfast City Airport 22nd December 2016.
In an attempt to re-create the iconic family TV show; The Generation Game, the finale will see five lucky finalists go head-to-head in a challenge which will test their ability to recall as many different prizes as they can, as the items travel around the airport. Hosting the finale is well-known local personality Adrian Logan who will be stepping into Bruce Fortsythe’s shoes as the lucky finalist prepares to take on the mammoth challenge; amid hundreds of passers-by traveling home for Christmas.
Headline prizes include a pair of flights generously donated by Aer Lingus to either Malaga, Palma, Alicante, Faro or London, a trip for four to a Celtic FC home game, including an amazing donation from Stena Line of a Belfast to Cairnryan return crossing for a car and four passengers, on top of a whole host of other amazing prizes such as hotel stays, meal vouchers, games consoles, furniture and gift vouchers, all donated by NI top companies – Northern Ireland Hospice will be hoping to make this Christmas one to remember for the lucky winner!
Michelle Hatfield, Director of Human Resources and Corporate Responsibility at George Best Belfast City Airport commented; “Belfast City Airport is pleased to support the Northern Ireland Hospice with this Radio Lapland Christmas campaign. Christmas is our busiest and best time of year at the airport, with school choirs greeting our passengers in the terminal throughout December. We’re looking forward to The Generation Game adding to our festivities, and urge all to enter for a very worthwhile cause.”
Andrea Hunter, Aer Lingus Business Development Manager said: ‘We are thrilled to donate flights to anywhere on our Summer 2016 Belfast route network. We wish NI Hospice every success in their Christmas Campaign and we look forward to welcoming the lucky winner on board their Aer Lingus flight next year’
Claire Bradshaw, Head of Communications, Digital Marketing and Brand Management at Northern Ireland Hospice added; “We’re delighted that George Best Belfast City Airport has allowed us to host the Big Generation Game Giveaway finale at the airport. The Generation Game is an all-time classic TV show, loved and remembered by all across the miles. By recreating the show at a high footfall location such as the airport, this will help raise awareness of the importance of Hospice and the vital funds which are needed to care for life limited children and adults at end of life”.
To be in with a chance to be in the final, we are encouraging the public to enter via text (at standard network rate) – Text CHRISTMAS followed by the correct answer to the question below, to 61216
Where does Santa live? A. Belfast, B. Lapland or C. Marbella
Text Christmas A/ Christmas B or Christmas C
Competition closes on Wednesday 21st December at 3pm.