The SEAT Fives football tournament for the fleet and leasing industry has found its winners, a team from 20:20 Dialogue Swindon headquarters, who have won a VIP trip to this season's SEAT-sponsored UEFA Europa League Final.
The team beat sides from across the UK fleet and leasing sector to claim the prize, following the tournament at Fulham FC's Motspur Park training ground.
Captained by Colin Yates, the team, who included James Parsons, Sam Morris, Mark Eteson, Fabian Stec and Tayler Aitken, took a 2-1 victory in the final against last year's winners from Inchcape Fleet Solutions.
On 18th May 2011, the team will receive a luxurious, all expenses paid trip to Dublin for the final at the Aviva Stadium.
Colin Yates of 20:20 Dialogue said: "We had a brilliant time taking part in the SEAT Fives competition and are absolutely over the moon to have won.
"The lads who won last year's competition told us what an incredible night SEAT laid on for them at the 2010 Europa League final in Hamburg, so now we just can't wait to board the plane to Dublin!"
Nick Andrews, who heads up SEAT's Fleet and Business Sales operation, was delighted with the fleet and leasing industry's response to this year's SEAT Fives tournament and praises the standard of football on show.
He said: "Teams from across the industry entered this year's competition and the standard of football on show was truly remarkable.
"The team from 20:20 Dialogue put in a string of fabulous performances to lift the trophy and should be very proud of their achievement.
"I can promise the winners that in Dublin they're in for a typically thrilling, SEAT-style experience that I'm sure they'll never forget."
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