Dubai Eye 103.8 and BMW AGMC are searching for the ‘BMW Star Driver’; the person who has driven your business forward during Covid in 2020 and added value to your company. SMS ‘BMW Star’ to 4001 and tell us who you want to nominate. We want to hear about your top sales person, your finance director who you couldn’t work without or the account manager who has gone above and beyond!
Each day on The Business Breakfast we’ll be selecting one lucky nominee to go into the grand final for a chance to drive a BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe for 1 year.
At the end of the two week competition, on Thursday 1st April, we will be hosting a live draw on air to decide who will walk away with this incredible prize for a year! But that’s not all, our runners up will each receive a BMW weekend test drive voucher so no one walks away empty handed.
This could be your car for one entire year!
Dubai Eye 103.8 and BMW AGMC are searching for the ‘BMW Star Driver’; the person who has driven your business forward during Covid in 2020 and added value to your company. Tune into the Business Breakfast and SMS ‘BMW Star’ to 4001 and tell us who you want to nominate and why. Each day, over the next two weeks, on The Business Breakfast we’ll be selecting one lucky nominee to go into the grand final for a chance to drive a BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe for 1 year! . . . #cargiveaway #bmwstardriverPosted by Dubai Eye 103.8 News. Talk. Sport on Sunday, March 21, 2021
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