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Win tickets to a Chelsea football match

A PAIR of tickets to watch Chelsea Football Club in Premiership action on their home ground is up for grabs via Fleet NewsNet. All you have to do for your chance to win VIP match seats at Stamford Bridge is to telephone editorial secretary Sandra Evitt during normal office hours on 01733 467084 and ask for a Fleet News Reader Survey 1998 form - which, when you've completed and returned it, will be entered into a draw to be held on Friday, February 27, 1998. Alternatively, e-mail your request, with your name, title, full company address and daytime telephone number, to sandrae@automotive.emap.co.uk.

The winner, who will be notified by post, will be invited to attend a Chelsea league game at Stamford Bridge, London, prior to May 1, 1998, as the guest of Fleet News Reader Survey sponsor Autoglass.

The questions in the survey are based round the topics being discussed by Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott and the Department of Transport as they attempt to put together the fabled 'integrated transport policy' and by Chancellor Gordon Brown and his team in the run-up to what could prove to be one of the most radical Budgets in the fleet industry's history.

Clearly, concessions will have to be made in the face of mounting pressures to combat congestion and pollution, but is the Government in danger of causing huge damage to economy, to mobility and to the competitiveness of the company car?

Answering the Fleet News Reader Survey would give you the chance not only to watch Chelsea play, but also to give us your views on the major fleet issues and to influence the Government. Entries must arrive at the Fleet NewsNet/Fleet News offices by latest first post on Wednesday, February 25, 1998. Usual Emap Automotive competition rules apply.

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