MoneyGram Launches the 2015 Ultimate Cricket Fanzone in the U.S. and Canada
Promotion gives fans in both countries a chance to win a trip to watch game live
DALLAS, January xx, 2015 – MoneyGram International (NASDAQ: MGI), a leading global money transfer company and proud sponsor of the International Cricket Council, is once again uniting cricket fans in the US and Canada with the launch of the ultimate Cricket Fanzone on the popular cricket website, CricBuzz.com.
The exciting promotion allows cricket fans in both countries to sign their names and cheer for their favorite teams online. When a cheer is submitted, each fan will be entered into a contest to win tickets and accommodations to Australia to watch a game live during the quarter finals and finals in March.
Fans can log on and cheer every day until February 15. To increase the odds of winning, they can also post their cheer on Facebook, and anytime a friend cheers from that link, the fan earns more cheer credits. Other prizes such as speaker docks, cameras, watches and a tablet are also up for grabs.
- For US fans, visit:
- For Canadian fans, visit:
About MoneyGram International
MoneyGram, a leading money transfer company, provides essential services to consumers who are not fully served by traditional financial institutions. MoneyGram offers worldwide money transfer services in more than 200 countries and territories through a global network of 347,000 agent locations, including retailers, international post offices and banks. MoneyGram also offers bill payment services, issues money orders and processes official checks in select markets.
Cricbuzz is a leading digital destination for cricket, a sport followed by close to 2 billion people in the world. Cricbuzz is a go to destination for all things cricket and offers a complete experience on both desktop and mobile devices through its rich set of features. The cricbuzz app, which is the most downloaded cricket app in the world, now offers some of its content like live scores, schedules, player profiles, rankings etc in 6 Indian languages other than English.