Here is how it works:

No numbers will be issued directly - but this is how the numbering system will work....

I have started a spreadsheet off at 1000 with say a corresponding Web Store Order of 00000001234

Assuming there will be multiple orders (and there are many) the spreadsheet will look something like this:

**1000** - 1234

**1001** - 1234 (i.e. this order bought 2)

**1002 **- 1235 (i.e. this order bought 1)

**1003** - 1236

**1004** - 1236

**1005** - 1236

**1006** - 1236 (this order bought 4)

**1007** - 1237 (this order bought 1)

........1238 / 1239................. (there have been other goods ordered on these order numbers)

**1008** - 1240

**1009** - 1240 (this order bought 2)

etc... etc....

Hence, the spreadsheet will automatically allocate a four digit code, depending on the tickets bought - tied back to your Web Store Order.

The Draw: Four Buckets - the first with a maximum of 4 ping-pong balls in, numbered: **1, 2, 3, 4,** as no number will be greater than 4,584 (less depending on maximum attainable digit subject to sales level)

The second to fourth buckets will have numbers **0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9** in each.

At Coventry, we will ask four different members of the public to pull out in order, one ball from each of the buckets.

Hence, it is a totally random selection, witnessed by the public - that will give the winning combination.

Let's say: 2428 is the combination that comes out - that will be tied back to the relative Web Store order and the person concerned called.

Hope that explains....

*Crikey- I need loads of Ping-pong balls and a black marker pen!*

Regards,

Ian.