Digital station GaydarRadio is giving listeners a chance to win PURE DAB Digital Radio sets, signed by celebs.
JLS, George Michael, Kelly Roland and Gary Barlow has signed the radios to help raise money for the National Aids Trust for World AIDS Day.
Some of the internet-connected digital radios, which are being auctioned via eBay, are signed by Paul O’Grady and Stephen Fry. Further mystery celebrities have also been confirmed and these will be revealed in the coming days.
Robin Crowley, Head of GaydarRadio, comments: “Each of the PURE radios has been signed by a different celebrity so there should be at least one which appeals to everyone. All of the money raised from the auction is going directly to the National AIDS Trust. We’re urging people to dig deep and show their support for this incredible charity whose work, both on the front line and behind the scenes, has a direct positive impact on the lives of those who are HIV+ in the UK.”
Bidding closes on December 1st.
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