The time has come for a sportsman you know to be rewarded for their efforts. Your favourite player has the chance to get some serious recognition for their contributions to sport, and give a little back to their team as well.
Motors.co.uk has launched the Most Deserving Sports Hero award, giving ample opportunity to vote for someone you think deserves something back for all they put into their local team or sport. The voting is now open, and with previous Most Deserving campaigns having votes in their droves, competition is fierce to get the Most Deserving title. So who do you know who has earned the honour?
The brand has had amazing success with previous competitions, discovering the Most Deserving Student, Business and Local Hero amongst their searches. These searches have helped recognise some unparalleled talent, whether it be through volunteering or hard graft at something they love. Motors.co.uk has rewarded past winners with the personal prize of a car, which is the same case for the Most Deserving Sports Hero. The winner will drive home in a Vauxhall Zafira worth £7000 as well as a £250 donation to put back into their sport.
This particular search is a first for the brand however, as they aim to hunt amongst sports fans for the honour. The annual campaign has tracked down people who are most deserving of a car to help their contributions with previous winners like last year’s Most Deserving Student, Julia Hebb. Julia’s win of a Peugeot 207 helped her to keep on top of her study schedule, as well as use it for her two children’s benefit.
The Most Deserving Sports Hero could benefit from their Vauxhall win whether it be personally, to move their sporting gear around. Or, if they’re still going out of their way with their efforts they can pack it full with team mates to get them to practice on time.
You can head to the Motors Most Deserving page to vote for your sporting hero, you have until the 11th July to make your voice heard and share why you think you know that special sports person that should be getting recognised.