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Cravenplan's name was drawn out of the hat by Adrian at a ceremony at the Playhouse earlier this month, attended by 40 businesspeople.Chris said he was delighted to have won the draw, but sad he was unable to be there on the night.Company boss Chris Stanbury will be hoping new Salisbury Playhouse artistic director Gareth Machin's spring/summer 2012 season includes a play with an IT connection.Chris, managing director of Cravenplan Computers, is the winner of the theatre's latest Show Business draw, and his prize includes sponsorship of a main house show in the spring/summer season.Show Business offers 28 firms the chance to win a main show sponsorship package worth £7,000 for £250.The aim is to help local businesses raise their profile and funds for the Playhouse at the same time.

The aim is to help them raise their profile and funds for the Playhouse at the same time.

Previous winners were Wilton Carpets and executive coaching business Adrian Goodall Associates.

Wilton Carpets plumped for the pantomime, Aladdin, which featured a magic carpet - an ideal choice for a carpet designer and manufacturer.

Mr Stanbury said: “I am a great believer in theatre and I have enjoyed coming to plays here.

“I joined the Show Business scheme because it was good value for money and there’s a good chance of winning.

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