Gloucester Rugby have teamed up with Lloyds TSB to help them celebrate the launch of their fantastic new premises in Eastgate Street.
Many will have noticed that the Lloyds TSB branch has recently been closed for some four weeks whilst undergoing major renovation work, showing its strong and continued commitment to the city and local community.
Recognising a shared vision of being pro-active in the community, Lloyds TSB approached Gloucester Rugby to put together a package to mark the official launch day on 10th December.
Although the bank will have been back open for business from the premises for several days, the focus is now firmly on launch day when several members of the Gloucester Rugby first team squad will be joining the staff to meet and greet customers old and new.
Hopefully you can join the players and staff during the late night opening festivities and, if you can, there will be a fantastic prize on offer for eight lucky people!
Yes, there are eight opportunities to win a pair of tickets for a VIP day out in a private box to see the LV= Cup clash when Gloucester take on local rivals Worcester at Kingsholm on 30th January.
Food and drink will be laid on and th ebest view in the house assured as you are hosted by Gloucester Rugby and staff from the Lloyds TSB branch.
In addition, there will be runners up prizes of a signed shirt and a luxury Christmas hamper.
Lloyds TSB also have a national competition running during this period details of which are available at the Eastgate Street branch.
Please do come along on 10th December to take a look at the new branch and meet the players. We look forward to seeing you there.
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