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Christine Bleakley gives Stratford shoppers chance to win Olympic tickets

PUBLISHED: 16:32 21 December 2011 | UPDATED: 16:44 21 December 2011

Christine Bleakley with her popper

Christine Bleakley with her popper

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Christmas came early at Westfield Shopping Centre when shoppers were given the chance to win 100 Olympic and Paralympic Games tickets by presenter Christine Bleakley.

Unsuspecting shoppers got a spectacular surprise when the presenter pulled the string on The Cadbury Giant Party Popper live at Westfield giving passers by over 100 chances to win London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games tickets and other exciting prizes.

Some of the lucky winners will even get the chance to watch the London Olympic Games in VIP style, with special VIP prize packages. The VIP packages will include tickets for events such as Athletics finals, plus accommodation at a top London hotel and luxury travel to the games, available over the next few months.

Cadbury, the Official Treat Provider to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, has been encouraging the nation to capture the spirit of play ahead of London 2012 with the nationwide game Cadbury Spots v Stripes. To thank followers for their ongoing game-playing support and encourage others to join in the fun, Cadbury is giving people the chance to witness the thrills of the world’s most exciting sporting event here in the capital.

Christine said: “It was really exciting to ‘pop’ the party popper and there was a real buzz as everyone wanted to get their hands on a pair of tickets. I’m a bit disappointed I didn’t win a pair for myself!”

Norman Brodie, Cadbury’s London 2012 General Manager with Kraft Foods said: “We have had great success with Cadbury Spots v Stripes and we will continue to share the excitement of next year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games with the rest of the UK. It is a real privilege to be part of London 2012 and to give fans and supporters the chance to go to next year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games.”


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