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Ben's National Motorcycle draw prize revealed

The star prize in the much anticipated 2012 BEN National Motorcycle Draw is a brand new Kawasaki ER-6n which is about to be launched at Motorcycle Live! beginning at the NEC, Birmingham on 19 November.

Supporting the widely recognised BEN the automotive industry charity for the second year in succession, Kawasaki have donated the highly praised machine that covers all the bases for potential draw entrants with its dynamic sexy looks, low seat height, flexible sporty engine and wide appeal to both new riders and confirmed bikers alike.

Tickets priced at £2 will be available at the Motorcycle Live! show at BEN’s Stand B006, Hall 2 plus numerous other events and locations in the coming months with the draw itself taking place during the summer season in 2012.

BEN’s Events Manager, Kelly Neal said, “We are delighted and would like to say thank you to Kawasaki for their generosity in providing BEN with this amazing new motorcycle as a prize for our National Draw. We wish everybody who is entering the competition the best of luck and thank them in advance for supporting our great cause.”

For Kawasaki Motors UK, Branch Manager, Howard Dale, was enthusiastic in his support for BEN saying, “Our continued involvement in this national draw is an ideal way to express the high regard that Kawasaki holds for the work this charity does at every level of the motor industry.

This represents an ideal scenario, the chance to win one of the star bikes in the Kawasaki range for 2012 plus the opportunity to help the most significant charity in the motor sector.”

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