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Flying imp photo wins Stagecoach Lincolnshire Day competition

19 Oct 2016

Stagecoach East Midlands have announced the winner of their Lincolnshire Day twitter competition. 

To celebrate Lincolnshire Day, which marks the anniversary of the Lincolnshire Rising, Stagecoach encouraged twitter followers and passengers to tweet, email, or post a photo of themselves posing as the famous Lincolnshire Imp.  

Malcolm Jenson was chosen as the winner for his clever photo and witty caption: “Having missed the bus, here comes the Imp heading for the Cathedral on his flying carpet.”  

Malcolm won a family cinema voucher, a megarider connect ticket and a family bus ticket. 

Michelle Hargreaves, Managing Director of Stagecoach East Midlands, said: “We are pleased to announce that Malcolm Jenson has won our Lincolnshire Day competition. Malcolm’s caption had the team laughing and his photo stood out as it was a little different! We hope Malcolm enjoys his prizes and thank you to everyone who entered.”   

To keep up-to-date with the latest competitions from Stagecoach, follow @StagecoachEMid on Twitter.