DiscountVouchers.co.uk Teams Up with International Daily Deals Specialist Dealgecco

Online voucher codes specialist DiscountVouchers.co.uk has announced a new strategic partnership which will see users able to access more daily deals than ever. The company has teamed up with international daily deals expert Dealgecco.

DiscountVouchers.co.uk and Dealgecco announced the new partnership at this year’s DD Summit Europe event in London. The agreement will allow DiscountVouchers.co.uk to provide subscribers with new daily deals based on Dealgecco’s partnerships and relationships in international B2B deals.

Gerard Doyle, CEO of DiscountVouchers.co.uk, the title sponsor at the DD Summit Europe, commented: “We’re always pleased to make this kind of announcement, and our users will really enjoy the benefits this partnership brings. DiscountVouchers.co.uk daily deal users can look forward to big savings on all sorts of famous brands.”

“DiscountVouchers.co.uk online codes and daily deals users will really reap the benefits of our partnering up with an international specialist like Dealgecco,” Gerard went on.

Antonia Hammer, founder and CEO of Dealgecco commented: “Our years of expertise in the international daily deals space have seen us build up some very strong relationships and partnerships with suppliers. DiscountVouchers.co.uk users can look forward to enjoying a huge range of different deals on a daily basis now.”

Gerard Doyle joined Richard Dennys from Qype, on the “Customer Engagement and Interaction Strategies” panel, moderated by Aliya Zaidi, from Econsultancy, at the DD Summit Europe.

For more information visit www.discountvouchers.co.uk.

Via EPR Network
More Retail press releases

Win A Giant Chocolate Bar From The Book People

With Easter just a few days away now, the Book People has geared up its competition to win a giant chocolate bar in the shape of its well-known logo. The bar, made with white chocolate and featuring an intricate seashell design, is sure to be a real treat!

The Book People has a whole host of Easter-themed books for kids and other books to choose from, but for something a bit sweeter customers should make a beeline for the bookseller’s current competition. The online retailer runs competitions throughout the year but expects its chocolate logo offer to be the most popular yet.

For a chance to win the Book People’s giant chocolate logo all you need to do is head to the special competition section of the site and answer the question – What type bean is chocolate made from? You can submit your answer via email to competitions@thebookpeople.co.uk or by writing a letter to the Book People and sending it to Catteshall Manor, Catteshall Lane, Godalming, Surrey, GU7 1UU.

“We’re really excited about our chocolate logo competition, which will be officially announced on Wednesday 4th April,” said Lindsay Eyers of the Book People.

“Anyone with a sweet tooth should definitely send in their answer as soon as possible and wait and see whether they’ve been picked as the lucky winner of our amazing giant chocolate logo.

“We also have a number of other competitions running at the moment, including a chance to win £200 worth of travel vouchers, an annual pass to Dickens World and a superb three piece MasterChef set. All of our competitions give us a chance to thank our dedicated customers for buying their fiction, travel guides and other books with us, so don’t miss out!”

The competition ends on 10th April and the winner will be announced shortly after. All answers must be received by the closing date and there is to be one entry per person. For full details of the competition visit the Book People’s official site now.

Via EPR Network
More Retail press releases

The Book People’s Seni Glaister And Sara Cooper Take On Their Toughest Challenge Yet

Spring may have sprung here in the UK but for two intrepid adventurers life is about to get a whole lot colder. CEO of the Book People Seni Glaister, along with friend and colleague Sara Cooper, is setting off this week on an epic ‘stroll’ to the North Pole, in aid of children’s hospice charity Shooting Star CHASE.

This will be Seni and Sara’s third challenge, after they climbed Kilimanjaro in 2010 and scaled the three highest mountains in North Africa in 2011. They will be putting their own tents up in temperatures as low as -50 degrees, navigating around open water, dragging their kit over pressure ridges in the ice – and keeping a watchful eye out for polar bears.

The Stroll to the Pole is a challenge for a very good cause. Seni and Sara are walking to celebrate the life of publisher Peter Bowron, who died suddenly in 2009, and to raise money for Shooting Star CHASE. So far, the pair’s efforts, together with the Book People’s annual Catteshall Stroll, have raised over £110,000 to help their local hospice, Christopher’s, keep on providing respite care for life-limited children and a lifeline for their families.

Further information on this extraordinary expedition and where the money will be going can be found on the following websites:

www.strolltothepole.co.uk – all about Seni and Sara’s challenge
www.catteshallstroll.co.uk – register to support or take part in this year’s stroll
www.shootingstarchase.org.uk – all about this amazing charity

Follow the pair’s progress, step by freezing step, on Twitter @Long_Flat_White

Seni Glaister says: “There is no doubt that this is our most ambitious expedition to date, but we’re heading north in aid of a wonderful cause. Christopher’s has no guaranteed government funding so every penny we raise really does count. As we drag our sleds over the ice and huddle in our tents at night, knowing that people at home are wishing us well and helping us raise money will really help to keep us going.”

Donations can be made at www.justgiving.com/strolltothepole

Via EPR Network
More Retail press releases