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Dunlop celebrates summer of sport with games and give-aways

Published:  09 July, 2012

STOKE-ON-TRENT: Dunlop Adhesives, the specialist manufacturer of adhesives, grouts, finishing and ancillary products, has launched a series of online, web-based games to celebrate the summer of sport. 

Professor Dunlop's Sporting Challenge will invite online players to compete against each other in three sporting disciplines - the 100m sprint, the 50m swim and the long jump - to win weekly prizes throughout the duration of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Each week that the Games is on, Dunlop will give away official London 2012 merchandise to the players who set the best times and distances in each event. At the end of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, three overall winners will be chosen, each receiving £100 of Ticketmaster vouchers.

Debi Bailey, brand manager of Dunlop Adhesives, commented: "We're in the middle of a fantastic summer of sport and we wanted to do our bit to get into the sporting spirit. All three of the events are easy to play, great fun, and like all the best web games, very addictive. In case that wasn't enough, we've thrown in some cracking prizes too, so get practicing!"

To play, lick through to the Dunlop website 'media' page, click on the online games tab, chose your event and off you go. Register your details on the scoreboard for a chance to be a winner. Prizes will not start to be awarded until the end of the week commencing 30 July.

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