Circle K has announced that Yvonne Malone is the January 2020 winner of Play or Park. Yvonne Malone, from Tullamore, who chose to play her points at her local Circle K in Arden Road Tullamore, has been announced as the lucky winner of an all-expenses paid holiday for two to Queenstown, New Zealand.
The prize includes return flights to Queenstown, a 7-night stay at the 5* St. Moritz hotel, a private helicopter ride and picnic at Middle Earth waterfalls, a cruise on Lake Te Anau to visit the underground glow warm caves with a guide, plus €2,000 spending money.
Today’s news coincides with the announcement that Play or Park will return in 2020 with over €150,000 worth of prizes to be won. Among the prizes up for grabs to Circle K customers who play their points this year include a road trip break to California, a desert escape to Morocco, and the opportunity of a lifetime to support Team Ireland at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Not only are Circle K customers in with a chance to win these prizes by playing their points or choosing to park them at a later stage, but by simply scanning their Circle K app or Play or Park loyalty tag, they will also show their support for their local Team Ireland athletes who have signed up to Circle K’s Here for Ireland initiative, by automatically generating digital coins for them to then use to fuel their journey to the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic games.
Every time customers decide to play, they are guaranteed a free snack from Circle K, such as a bottle of water and popcorn or a bar of chocolate and a soft drink.
“I am delighted to announce Yvonne Malone as January’s Play or Park winner," says Richard Pollock, loyalty and insights manager at Circle K. "It is a fantastic prize and I hope Yvonne enjoys every moment of her trip to Queenstown. To be in with a chance of following in the footsteps of our winning customers, don’t forget to play your points to make sure you’re in the draw to win next month’s amazing prize, an all-expenses paid trip for two supporting Team Ireland at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.”
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