Vauxhall Playing Bingo with One-off Corsa

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The automotive producers usually get free marketing for niche audience thanks to tuning kits and bespoke builders but it seems that some companies just like to handle things themselves. The latest example comes from Vauxhall, which is already known for its series of special events in London.

The company has debuted projects like the Vauxhall Skate, Vauxhall Ice Skate and Vauxhall Motors Bowling Club in the past and is now preparing to head to Manchester for a bingo event.

The automaker is teaming up with music, design and style talents to offer a unique night of special bingo, which will take place on the 1st of December.

We’ve tracked down a mysterious, yet infamous, bingo sect who can be found travelling in a pack from New York to Nottingham, Las Vegas to Leeds spreading their own bespoke bingo vision to the unsuspecting public. On 1st December they’ll be putting on a Vauxhall Motors show like no other, with a brand new Vauxhall Corsa (worth over £10,000) up for grabs as the bingo jackpot,” stated the press release.

Vauxhall is now offering us a preview of a unique piece of four-wheeled art that will take the center stage at the event. We are talking about a special Corsa that has been dressed in a pastel bingo sheet, with over 2,000 bingo balls that have been stuck on by hand. The creation will house a bingo cage on the roof.

The event’s soundtrack will be provided by Northern legend and British fashion icon Henry Holland and Manchester DJ Rob Ellis (Galaxy FM). The tickets for the show are free but only 500 will be offered. You can win a +1 ticket by sending an email to [email protected].
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