Woolworths launches competition for young athletes
Woolworths has launched a new competition for young aspiring athletes to win financial support from the supermarket.
As part of Woolworths’ partnership with the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, Woolworths is awarding $2000 to a young athlete from every state and territory across Australia.
An overall winner will also receive the chance to meet a professional Australian athlete. All winners will win a year’s supply of Woolworths mini fruit for kids packs.
Director of Marketing at Woolworths, Andrew Hicks, said Woolworths wants to ensure aspiring athletes have the best chance to reach their potential.
“At Woolworths we want to ensure aspiring athletes from across Australia have the best chance to reach their potential, whether that’s by winning this competition or by supporting them to be fresh food kids,” Hicks said.
Children between the ages of three and 13 can enter by submitting an entry form through Woolworths’ website. Entries close 19 April 2018.
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