SUBARU RETURNS TO THE SHOOTING LINE AT THE GAME FAIR 2018

May 30, 2018

Birmingham, 31st May 2018 – Subaru UK returns to The Game Fair 2018, as official sponsor for the Shooting Line. Held at Ragley Hall from the 27th to 29th July 2018, Subaru brings its versatile range of vehicles to shooting and countryside enthusiasts this Summer.

A mainstay for show visitors, the manufacturers sponsorship sees the return of the Subaru Shooting Line, in which the winning prize is a Subaru Forester for a year.

The Game Fair Challenge competition, which invites shooting enthusiasts to showcase their clay shooting skills in a 60-target shooting competition is held over three days, culminating in a super final on Sunday 29th July. Entry to the competition is priced at £28, with re-entries priced at £20. Competitors can pre-enter for express check in via www.thegamefair.org

Having partnered with The Game Fair for a number of years, Subaru returns to the annual event as The Game Fair celebrates its 60th Anniversary, armed with a strong line up of sturdy SUV models including the all-new XV, which was crowned Safest Small Family Car, by Europe’s highest automotive safety body, with a Five Star Euro NCAP rating.

Subaru’s attendance at the event will also see the Euro NCAP Five Star rated Outback, Forester and BRZ take to the stand, offering visitors the chance to explore the models at their leisure. The Outback, which recently received an update, offers enhanced safety technology, plus modern exterior and interior stylings. In addition to vehicles on static display, show visitors can take advantage of on and off-road driving experiences, both of which can be booked through visiting the Subaru stand.

Chris Graham, Managing Director for Subaru UK commented: “Having sponsored The Game Fair for a number of years, we know that Subaru provides the perfect pairing for the event. We know visitors love our SUV range and enjoy the versatility and reliability shown by all the models.”

“The Subaru Shooting Line is also a show favourite and with the top prize of a Subaru Forester for a year, competition will be tough to take the top spot.”

For more details on The Game Fair 2018 held at Ragley Hall from the 27th to 29th July 2018, including ticket information, please visit www.thegamefair.org

‘Better Where It Matters’ is the guiding ethos for all Subaru models in the UK, with safety, capability and reliability at their core. Subaru aims to be the fastest growing UK car brand of 2018, armed with a sturdy SUV lineup and the safest small family cars in Europe. For more on the Subaru range and details of official dealerships please visit www.subaru.co.uk today.

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