Shell customer wins trip to Belgium for F1 Grand Prix

Shell customer picking out the winning voucher from the rotisserie.

Samantha Foster has won the Shell Gas Station Formula 1 promotion and she and a guest will jet off to Belgium to attend the Formula 1 Grand Prix scheduled to be held from August 22 to August 24 this year.

Shell customer picking out the winning voucher from the rotisserie.
Shell customer picking out the winning voucher from the rotisserie.

Foster’s name was picked by a Shell customer yesterday from over 300,000 vouchers in the rotisserie.

The lucky woman and her guest will be treated like a VIP while attending the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Belgium and will also enjoy a side trip to Amsterdam for a dinner banquet with Formula 1 participants.

The Grand Prize also offers hotel accommodation in the VIP Shell suite, including all the benefits and provides the winner an opportunity to meet the Ferrari drivers as well as to explore the racing facilities.

The SOL Company also provides the winner with US$1,000 spending money and Formula 1 souvenirs.

The promotion, which began on February 25 and ended on April 17, also had consolation prizes of $5,000 gas vouchers, which were rewarded to customers during the promotion period.

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