Win ODEON cinema tickets by sharing this road safety message from Paul Walker
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We all know that driving safely is important – whether we’ve been behind the wheel for five years or 15 minutes. With Furious 7, the seventh instalment of The Fast & The Furious franchise, about to hit cinemas, the need for speed and its sometimes dire consequences are likely to be at the forefront of conversation once more. One of the film’s stars – Paul Walker, who played Brian O’Connor – tragically died in a car crash in California in 2013. In a tragic twist of fate, Walker’s death came before he’d finished filming the franchise’s seventh instalment. In 2001, as the first Fast & Furious film hit cinemas, he published a Public Service Announcement reminding fans that all the film’s stunts were carried out in a staged environment, by professionals – and that we all need to remember how important it is to stay safe when driving. We wanted to share this road safety message - which includes looking out for your friends when they might be in danger behind the wheel. The “Be smart, drive safely, stay legal” message is one that we’re behind promoting. In order to spread the word, we are offering 40 free cinema tickets thanks to ODEON Andover for students who share Walker’s 20-second video message. If the Fast & The Furious franchise isn’t your thing, you can still enter – the cinema tickets will be valid for any film of your choice. For the chance to win one of 10 sets of tickets to Furious 7 (or any film of your choice) retweet or share Walker’s road safety message: On Facebook. And twitter. Stay safe out there, everyone. Cinema tickets kindly donated by ODEON Andover, Hampshire. The YouTube video used is not the property of The National Student, BigChoice Group LTD or any of their associates. Cinema tickets kindly donated by ODEON Andover, Hampshire. Winners will be picked at random on 3rd April and we'll tweet you, so keep an eye out for a tweet from @NationalStudent
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