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Anpfiff bei Shell in Österreich

Als einziger Lizenzpartner des ÖFB im Tankstellenmarkt bietet Shell seinen Kunden ab 4. Mai exklusiv EM-Trinkbecher
Anstoß für die EM: Shell Tankstellenchef Stefan Naglis (li.) und Torwartlegende Michael Konsel sind bereit

Anstoß für die EM: Shell Tankstellenchef Stefan Naglis (li.) und Torwartlegende Michael Konsel sind bereit. Foto: Marco Riebler

Mit einem Kick-off in der Red Bull Arena Salzburg hat Shell gestern den Countdown zur Fußball EM gestartet. Dabei hat der Chef des österreichischen Tankstellengeschäftes der Shell, Stefan Naglis, die Tankstellenbetreiber und seine Shell Mitarbeiter auf den Teamgeist eingeschworen. Für die richtige Strategie sorgte Torwartlegende Michael Konsel, der den Teilnehmern beim Torwandschiessen und am Tischkicker mit Tipps für Taktik und Geschicklichkeit zur Seite stand.

Pro 10 Liter getanktem Shell Diesel oder Shell Super 95 erhält der Kunde 1 Stempel. Pro 10 Liter Shell V-Power sammelt der Tankkunde 2 Stempel. Für 8 Stempel im Sammelpass und eine Zuzahlung von 1 € gibt es einen von vier Sammelbechern. Die Porzellanbecher können auch um je 9,99 € gekauft werden. Auf den vier verschiedenen Bechern sind die österreichischen Nationalspieler nach Spielerkategorien abgebildet, also „Abwehr“, „Angriff“, „defensives Mittelfeld“ und „offensives Mittelfeld“.

Stefan Naglis: „Wir überlegen immer, wie wir den Kunden über unsere hochwertigen Kraftstoffe und den guten Service im Shop und auf dem Tankstellenvorplatz hinaus ein zusätzliches attraktives Angebot machen können. Die EM-Becher sind ein Beispiel dafür. Außerdem gibt es original ÖFB Fanartikel wie z.B. Brillen, Kappen und Bälle im Shop zu kaufen.“

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Royal Dutch Shell plc

Die Royal Dutch Shell plc mit Sitz in England und Wales hat ihre Hauptniederlassung in Den Haag und ist an den Börsen von London, Amsterdam und New York notiert. Shell Unternehmen sind in mehr als 70 Ländern und Territorien auf den Gebieten Erschließung und Förderung von Öl und Gas, Herstellung und Vermarktung von LNG (Liquified Natural Gas) und GTL (Gas-to-Liquids), Herstellung, Vermarktung und Lieferung von Ölerzeugnissen und Chemikalien sowie bei Projekten im Bereich erneuerbare Energie tätig. Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie auf unserer Website www.shell.com.

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