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5+ A Day creates monster competition


17 July 2013

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5+ A Day creates monster competition

5+ A Day has partnered with Disney Pixar to celebrate the release of the new movie Monsters University.

Throughout the month of July, fans can go to 5+ A Day’s Facebook page and enter a draw to win weekly prizes of movie tickets and movie merchandise. Each entry will automatically go into the draw to win a private screening of Monsters University at a cinema. The lucky winner will get to take 20 of their friends along to the screening.

This is the first time 5+ A Day and Disney Pixar have worked together on a promotion. "Collaborating with Disney Pixar allows us to connect with kids and families in new ways" says General Manager for 5+ A Day, Paula Dudley. “And by utilising our social media channels we can reach a huge number of people.”   

A prequel to 2001's Monsters, Inc., this 3-D animated family comedy features the genesis of the friendship between monsters Mike Wazowski (voice of Billy Crystal) and James P. Sullivan, "Sulley" (voice of John Goodman) as they arrive at university in pursuit of their dreams to become professional Scarers.   

Visit to enter.  


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