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Skoda Launches New Live Tour

Now all the kids have gone back to school, it is hoped that  parents can now get back into their routine and focus on other things ….which may include a new car for the winter.

In anticipation of this Skoda have launched a new initiative to try and get potential buyers to embark on a live tour of the cars before making any decisions. They’ve also hidden prizes along the way which can be claimed during the tour. 

In the past this has been limited to the all-electric Eniac but more models have now been included to open up at the market. 

For those of you who decide to embark on this Live Tour, you will need to keep your eyes peeled for green envelopes hidden inside the car which will enable you to win prizes perfect for grown-ups with a little more time on their hands. Book a tour for any date between 25 September and 6 October for your chance to win.*

Just click the link below and best of luck!



https://www.skoda.co.uk/discover/live-tour 



#Skoda #GrownupsOnlyPrizes 

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