The phrase “name on the trophy” has new meaning for a Spalding teenager who won a box of crisps in an online competition.
Beth Cherry (13) has been munching down bags of ready salted crisps bearing her name after she won a competition run by Walkers Crisps.
But her decision to enter the competition in the summer was only made after an unsuccessful search for a bottle of pop with her name on it.
Beth said: “Over the summer, I was trying to find a Coca Cola bottle with my name on it but I didn’t find any.
“So I went on the Walkers Crisp website and saw a competition where I could win some crisps with my name printed on the packets.
“My parents didn’t know that I entered the competition until the box of crisps was sent to me in the post and it was the first time I’d won anything like that.”
Beth’s dad Mark said: “My daughter was searching around on the internet where she found this competition.
“We didn’t know she had entered until a box the size of a shoebox was delivered to Beth and when she opened it, there were these packets of crisps.
“Beth has been taught to only go on proper websites where she’s not asked for too many details, so we’re happy that she won the prize.”