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Topaz partners Toyota for Play or Park

15 January, 2014

Topaz, Ireland’s largest convenience and fuel retailer, has entered a partnership with Toyota which will see the car manufacturer supply four new cars for the Topaz loyalty game Play or Park in 2014.

During January a five door, six speed Toyota Auris is up for grabs. The prize for July is a top of the range Toyota Aygo plus free fuel for a year, while a Yaris, again with free fuel, will be on offer in both May and November.

Other monthly prizes for Play or Park in 2014 include all expenses paid trips to destinations including Bali, New York, Monaco, California and the Bahamas.

Paul Candon, marketing and corporate services director at Topaz, commented: “Topaz and Toyota are two top selling and trusted brands. The feedback from our customers on Play or Park has been really positive. They are telling us that they want to win top of the range cars in 2014 so we have lined up four fantastic models from Toyota for them.”

Steve Tormey, deputy managing director at Toyota Ireland, said: “Play or Park is an excellent loyalty game with amazing prizes. We are really looking forward to handing over the keys to four new Toyota owners in the coming months. We’ll also be showcasing our cars on selected Topaz sites.”





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