WIN a pair of tickets to Athletic v Bury courtesy of Carabao Energy Drink
Date published: 04 December 2018
South-East Asian energy drink Carabao is proud to support all 72 football league clubs for the 2018/19 season
Carabao Energy Drink has teamed up with the Chronicle to give FIVE lucky Athletic fans the chance to WIN a pair of tickets to the Oldham versus Bury League Two clash on Saturday week, December 15.
Currently in the second year of its partnership with the EFL, which includes the title sponsorship of the Carabao Cup, South-East Asian energy drink Carabao is proud to support all 72 football league clubs for the 2018/19 season.
Carabao is not like other energy drinks.
It was invented in Thailand. By a rock star. Called Aed Carabao.
Aed Carabao then named both his band and his new energy drink after a buffalo in South East Asia, called a Carabao, admired for its physical power, extraordinary stamina and unbreakable spirit.
The product offers a premium, great tasting energy boost, designed to give hard working men and women a boost of energy to help them get through their increasingly busy and bonkers lives.
The energy drink is available in five flavours, Original, Original Sugar Free, Green Apple, Green Apple Sugar Free and Mandarin Orange.
Carabao is currently stocked in Sainsbury’s, Morrison’s, Co-op, WHSmith Travel, Booker, BP, Spar, Roadchef and Greene King as well as a significant number of independent retailers.
To be in with a chance of winning this amazing prize, simply answer the following question:
What is the name of Bury's manager?
Send your answer, your name, address, phone number and email address to us here at: email@example.com
The deadline for entries is this Friday, December 7, at 1pm.
Good Luck and Get Game Ready!
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