RICOH launches ATP World Tour Finals ticket giveaway
Find Ricoh’s ‘polite businesspeople’ walking the streets of east London or follow #2polite4business for more
London, 9 November 2015 - This Wednesday (11 November), global IT services company Ricoh will offer Londoners the chance to win up to four pairs of tickets to the sold-out ATP World Tour Finals tennis at The O2 Arena.
To mark the launch of Ricoh’s ‘Too polite for business?’ campaign, teams of traditionally-dressed businesspeople will be walking the streets of east London - from 11:15am to 1:30pm - with full instructions on how to enter the competition. Look around for them in these locations:
- London Bridge
- Outside the Bank of England
- Broadgate Circle (near Liverpool Street train station)
- Finsbury Square
Don’t miss the chance to get involved and win these ‘money-can’t-buy’ tickets.
For people that can’t get there on the day, check out #2polite4business and @RicohUK on Twitter for more information. To enter, all you need to do is tweet - using the #2polite4business hashtag - telling Ricoh UK why you deserve the tickets more than anyone else. The four winners will then be selected at random at 4pm on 11th November and winners will be contacted by Ricoh UK.
The tickets up for grabs are for the evening session at the ATP World Tour Finals, from 6pm, on Monday 16th November at The O2 Arena.
The tournament, featuring the likes of Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, will include one world-class doubles match, which sets the stage for a Top 8 singles clash, per session.
Staged from Sunday 15th to Sunday 22nd November, using a round-robin format, players will compete in a minimum of three matches each during the group stages as they battle for a place in the knockout semi-finals.
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