-Thomas Cook Offers to Test Olympic Knowledge through Smartphone App.
Travel Business Review - 11 June 2012
Thomas Cook Group Plc, a UK-based travel company, is releasing a new London 2012 Olympic Quiz smartphone app, for fans attending the UK Olympics.
The new smart phone application is designed to test the knowledge of British Olympics fans, and is offering winners of the quiz, tickets for the athletics final, which takes place on August 9, 2012, in the Olympic stadium.
Fans are invited to answer a series of questions to test their Olympic knowledge, with the questions becoming more difficult with each round. The contestants will be judged on correct answers, as well as on the time that they take to answer the questions.
Competitors will be placed in a national league table to compare and choose the winners. Entry for the quiz closes on July 16, 2012. The winners will receive two tickets to the final day of athletics events at the London 2012 Games, as well as tickets to the Men's 110m semi final and finals.
The smartphone app will also offer information on the company's London 2012 Games Breaks, which will be providing visitors to the city with accommodation and various amenities while staying in the locality during the Games.
Previously, the company has announced its Best of Britain themed short vacations, as part of its role as official provider of short breaks to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The newly created Games Breaks are designed around the events, which are expected to attract a huge number of international visitors to the city.
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