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Stagecoach

Oxford student wins free travel for a year on Oxford Tube

17 Feb 2015

Annual Pass Winner

Anthony Connolly, a Finance & Economics first year student at Oxford Brookes University was the lucky winner of the Oxford Tube prize draw to win a year's free travel on the Oxford Tube.

The chance to win the annual pass was offered at Brookes University and University of Oxford at their Freshers Fairs in September/October 2014 and the winner was picked out earlier in this year.

Anthony said, "I didn't expect to be picked out of all those names so this is fantastic! I travel to London a lot to visit friends who are studying at King's College, so the annual pass will come in very useful. Thank you Stagecoach!"

Oxford Tube Manager, David Rouse, presented Anthony with his pass, pictured on an Oxford Tube coach.


Photo: Oxford Tube Manager, David Rouse, presented Anthony with his pass, pictured on an Oxford Tube coach.