Sun-Pat peanut butter has teamed up with Olympic gold medal winning swimmer Adam Peaty and TV and Olympic presenter Helen Skelton for a new Fuel Your Dreams campaign, offering two winners the chance to share their dream experience with Adam or Helen, plus a year’s supply of Sun-Pat Peanut Butter
The winners and eight further runners up will also receive a £1,000 donation to a local group of their choice.
To enter, consumers just have to tell Sun-Pat what they have always dreamed of doing. It could be anything from becoming a pilot to winning their own gold medal. They can include photos to support their entries.
Entries must be made on the promotion webpage, www.sunpat.co.uk/fuelyourdreams, using the entry form, or via Sun-Pat’s official social media feeds. Entries made via Facebook must be posted on the Sun-Pat Facebook wall, while entries via Twitter or Instagram must include #SunPatDreams
Two main prize winners will receive funding from Sun-Pat to help them experience their dreams, to a value no higher than £5,000. This experience will take place in the UK and either be arranged by the Promoter and either Adam Peaty or Helen Skelton will be present (subject to availability).
The competition runs until 11.59pm on Friday 16th November 2016, and entrants must be over 18, although they can be entering on behalf of someone under 18.
Prize package will include winner travel within the UK. Winners will also receive a £1,000 donation to make to a local group of their choice and a year’s supply of Sun-Pat Peanut Butter (48 jars). Winners must be available on the 13th or 14th February 2017 to participate in their ‘Dream Day’ experience.
David Atkinson, Managing Director, Grocery at the Hain Daniels Group, which owns Sun-Pat, says: “The category continues to explode with the biggest growth in the whole of spreads, and the Fuel Your Dreams campaign will help raise brand awareness amongst consumers new and old. At Sun-Pat we’re passionate about making great peanut butter and encouraging people to have an active lifestyle, balanced diet and to pursue what they dream to be.”