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Yellow Pages sends two athletic fanatics to London


Johannesburg – Tuesday, 15 May 2012 - In a press conference held earlier this month Trudon, the publishers of the Yellow Pages, unveiled the winners for the all expenses paid trip to London.

As part of the 2012 Yellow Pages Series two competitions were revealed where one spectator and one sport media journalist could win an all expenses paid trip to London, all courtesy of the Yellow Pages.

The competition was run on www.yellowpages.co.za for four weeks where users entered a password every week which they obtained form The Star, Pretoria News, Daily News or Cape Argus newspapers.

Trudon is happy to announce that for the spectator competition the winner is Jacob Thekiso and for the media competition it is Wesley Botton from the South African Press Association (SAPA).

Trudon certainly hope that they will both enjoy a memorable trip to the United Kingdom to watch our (South African) athletes in action.

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