WIN a Red Arrows prize package worth £1,000
To celebrate the successful launch of the Royal Air Force Museum’s ‘Names on a Plane’ fundraising campaign, museum bosses are giving members of the public the opportunity to win a Red Arrows prize package worth £1,000. The winner will see their name written on the wings of a world famous RAF Red Arrows Hawk Jet, that will fly throughout the 2017 display season!
For one spectacular season of air shows and celebrations, the underside of a Red Arrow Jet will display names chosen by members of the public who have contributed to this unique campaign, including one lucky competition winner who will also receive an exclusive personalised prize bundle.
In addition to their ‘Name on a Plane’, the winner will receive a commemorative RAF Bluey with a special message from the Reds; a personalised die-cast Corgi Red Arrow Hawk Jet with their chosen name; a limited edition ‘Names on a Plane’ pin badge and a complimentary one year RAF Museum membership package, packed with added benefits. ‘Names on a Plane’ is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity from the RAF Museum for everyone to be a part of the RAF’s history and to add to the lasting legacy of the prize, the competition winner will see their chosen name on the digital wall in the Members Room at the RAF Museum London - opening in 2018.
The competition is now open and to be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize, all you need to do is head to the RAF Museum’s website www.rafmuseum.org and answer a simple question. Entry is free of charge and all correct entrants will go into a prize draw and the winner will be selected at random. The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 19 June 2016, so aviation enthusiasts are encouraged to enter now so they don’t miss out.
The campaign will raise funds for the museum’s RAF Centenary Programme which will see the RAF Museum celebrate and commemorate the centenary of the Royal Air Force in 2018, through a major transformation of its visitor experience at its London site, sharing the RAF story on site and online.
For more information about the campaign and the naming packages available, which start from donations of just £30, visit www.namesonaplane.org. The Royal Air Force Museum is a registered charity, Charity Number 244708.
Date Posted: 6th May 2016