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product news: Kinder launches retailer competition

08 January, 2016

Kinder is launching a retailer competition designed to drive consumers into store and to increase sales during the Easter sales period.

The 10 winning retailers will receive the essentials to create an Easter Egg Hunt in-store, or within their local communities, including: marketing materials such as posters for store windows, branded goods, free stock and incentivising consumer prizes such as family day-out vouchers.

To enter retailers will need to go to one of the participating cash and carry depots and fill in an entry form to nominate their store, or complete the form online at. Entries are now open and winners will be announced in early February, ahead of the activation of the Kinder Easter Egg Hunts on 25th – 27th March (Easter Weekend).

Levi Boorer, customer development director, Ferrero comments: “We admire and value everything that our retailer partners do to give back to the communities they operate in, and we want to lend a helping hand and spread some joy in-store at Easter. We are looking forward to receiving the store nominations and want to wish all retailers entering the best of luck.”

01923 690300

www.ferrero-trade.co.uk

Keywords: Ferrero, Kinder




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