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Product news: Thorntons competition to 'pass the love on'

Merril Boulton ·

To celebrate Mother’s Day this year, Thorntons is giving retailers the chance to ‘Pass the Love on’ with its latest competition. The competition will be hosted on Ferrero’s trade website, Your Perfect Store, a hub for category insight, brand news and bespoke advice.

The winner will receive a relaxing spa day for two, to make Mother’s Day extra special, as well as a spa hamper and box of Thorntons Continental. In addition, five runners up will also receive a spa hamper and a box of Thorntons Continental. To enter, participants need to simply visit the ‘Your Rewards’ page on Your Perfect Store, fill out the application form and say why (in no more than 50 words) the special mother figure in their life deserves a spa day. 

“With this competition, we wanted to ‘Pass the Love on’ to our valued retailer community and Thorntons Continental Collection is the perfect gift for the Mother’s Day occasion. Taking inspiration from every corner of Europe, Thorntons Continental has long been seen as a masterpiece of chocolate making. Now the delicious chocolate offering has been remastered with new recipes, and each spectacular milk, dark, and white chocolate is even more captivating,” says Levi Boorer, Customer Development Director at Ferrero.

The competition will run until February 28.

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