HELP FOR HEROES & MISSION 424 COMPETITION
Are you McNab enough to take part in MISSION 424? Push yourself to the limit and raise funds for Help for Heroes.
We’ve teamed up with Mission 424 and Help for Heroes to give you and three friends the chance to take part in an unforgettable weekend of action, adventure and espionage, and to raise vital funds to improve the lives of British soldiers.
The winner of this once-in-a-lifetime competition will receive a debrief from Andy McNab himself after the mission has been completed, and will act as an ambassador for the cause on Andy’s Facebook page.
“Under the cover of darkness you’ll be sent deep into the heart of enemy territory. Your job is to track down the classified information and save the day. You will need to work as a team to complete this crucial task.”
Mission 424 will put you on a knife edge. You will experience what it is like to eat, sleep and breathe tactical operations.
Date: 20–22 September 2013
Location: Undisclosed, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire
Teams: 4 people, mixed or same sex
Entry Fee: £125 per person camping, £145 per person bed in the barracks
Fundraising Target: £300 per person (£1,200 per team)
Other requirements: ‘can-do’ attitude, sense of humour, appetite for adventure, commitment to fundraising
Whether you are a group of friends or a company looking for a unique team-building exercise, this is guaranteed to be an unforgettable weekend
of adventure and a great way to show your support for Help for Heroes.
For more intel, contact 01725 514106 or visit www.mission424.org.uk
THINK YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES?
For your chance to take part in this incredible weekend just answer the following questions on Andy’s website and “prove to us why you’re the right man for the job. We want you to tell us your fundraising ideas and, just for fun, we’ve prepared a few questions to see how much McNab you’ve got in you. We’ve asked Andy the same ones so let’s see if you match up!”
“The final winner will be picked by Andy, based on which fundraising idea he thinks will work best – so get thinking and good luck!”