EAGLE BOYS FOOTBALL SPIRIT

Written on the 27 May 2014 by Laura Daquino

EAGLE BOYS FOOTBALL SPIRIT CAPITALISING on the competitive State of Origin spirit, Eagle Boys launched a ‘Half-time Shenanigans’ Facebook competition for the first game of the series on Wednesday night.

‘EB’s Half-time Shenanigans’ allowed two football fans to receive an Eagle Boys pizza party delivered to their home for game two.

While Eagle Boys has Brisbane roots, national marketing manager Ellen Gault says the competition will reward fans without bias to either team.

“We have two pizza parties to give away – one for the biggest Queensland-based fan, and one for the most passionate New South Wales fan.

“The fans must show their team spirit, ‘like’ the Eagle Boys Facebook page and include a Queensland or New South Wales reference in their photos, while also using as much creativity as possible.”

At stake is a pizza party including five pizzas from the EB’s Classics, Favourites, Finest or Pizza Pies ranges, two Garlic Breads, two Cheesy Pizza Breads, four packs of Chicken Products, three 2 litre drinks and four Eagle Boys Decadent Dessert Thingies.

Winners will be announced June 6. 

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