St Albans City fans in with chance of netting a Volkswagen

PUBLISHED: 14:29 30 March 2012 | UPDATED: 15:48 30 March 2012

St Albans City fans will next be hoping to celebrate winning a VW for the weekend. Photo by Bob Walkley.

St Albans City fans will next be hoping to celebrate winning a VW for the weekend. Photo by Bob Walkley.

ROB WALKLEY

AS part of a two-year sponsorship with St Albans City, Hatfield Volkswagen Van Centre are giving Saints supporters the opportunity to take away a California campervan for a weekend.

Match day fans to the St Albans City against Weymouth FC clash, on Saturday, April 7, are invited to enter the free draw.

The Volkswagen’s California features a fully functional kitchen and room to sleep up to four adults.

The campervan includes a manual pop up roof to reveal a double bed and mattress on sprung slats and the rear passenger seat makes room for two more adults to sleep in the vehicle itself.

Two chairs can be stowed in the tailgate, and there are front swivelling seats and a table that folds away neatly into the side sliding door.

Hatfield Volkswagen Van Centre’s brand manager, Paul Mills, said: “We are delighted to be supporting St Albans FC fans and give them the chance to try out the California facilities for themselves.”

Prior to the match, Hatfield Volkswagen Van Centre will display a range of Volkswagen commercial vehicles including its latest pick-up, Amarok, Transporter and its fuel efficient BlueMotion Caddy and Crafter.

For further information on the entire Volkswagen Commercial Vehicle range visit Hatfield Volkswagen Van Centre, 174 Great North Rd, Hatfield, Herts or call 01707 252222.

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