Cheeky cheeky! The most famous twins in pop will be making a special guest appearance at a special Hyundai-sponsored fun day for families with twins, triplets and more!
Hyundai is sponsoring the Twins and Multiple Births Association (Tamba) Fun Day at Telford Town Park on 10 July… as naturally the company’s Trajet seven seater MPV makes the perfect vehicle for mum, dad and the children.
This year’s Tamba Fun Day is the second running of the event. Last year more than 600 families attended, which included 577 sets of twins, 52 sets of triplets and one set of quads.
Hyundai’s Trajet, with prices starting at £15,495, is the ideal car for the growing family – with five removable seats and a huge standard equipment list, it’s the only seven-seater on the market with a five year unlimited mileage fully transferable warranty.
The Cheeky Girls will perform a half hour set at the Tamba Fun Day, which will no doubt include the hits Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum), Hooray Hooray (It’s a Cheeky Holiday) and Take Your Shoes Off.
The Cheeky Girls (otherwise known as Monica and Gabriela Irimia from Romania) sprung to fame on the ITV1 series Pop Stars and have since then scored four top ten hits in the UK and sold millions of records around the world.
Tamba was formed in 1978, with the aim of providing support and advice to the parents of twins and triplets.
Since then Tamba has done invaluable work in bringing together families of twins and triplets, helping them share and solve problems associated with bringing up two or more children of the same age.
Tamba members have a special bonus this year – one family will win a brand new Trajet 2.0 GSI in a special raffle running throughout this year. All money raised will go towards Tamba initiatives.
Jim Campbell, Hyundai Marketing Director, said: "We are delighted the Cheeky Girls will be joining us for the Tamba Fun Day, they will be undoubtedly be a huge attraction and prove very popular with parents and children alike."
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