Poinsettia competition for garden centres

by | Oct 4, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Win an unforgettable away-day for your garden centre?s whole team by adding some pizazz to your poinsettia display!

The competition

Love the splash of colour brought in store by lorry loads of poinsettias, ready to sell all festive season? Boost it to the max and you could win an incredible experience voucher worth ?500, claimable on a huge array of different activities. Get creative, jazz up your poinsettia display or come up with a special poinsettia POS idea, send a photo to Stars for Europe and the garden centre with the best entry will win a fantastic prize for the whole team.

The best part? Everyone who enters the competition should see an increase in poinsettia sales.

The prize

Win a ?500 experience voucher to take your whole team for an unforgettable adventure. With a huge range to choose from, there?s something to suit everyone from Saturday students to store managers. Try a speed boat ride or quad biking session, opt for a more relaxing spa day for a post-peak rest, for a team of foodies try a cheese and wine night, or how about a pub tour for those prone to a Sunday morning sickie.

Other options include one day boat hire, pamper days, makeovers, tall tree climbing, archery, jet skiing, chocolate tours, zombie survival experience, paintballing, mystery escape days, white water rafting, wine tasting, Segway rally, sheepdog training, helicopter experience, inflatables day, bungee jumping, canoeing, abseiling and climbing, cabaret shows and many more.

How to enter

To enter, send photographs of your poinsettia display or poinsettia POS idea (e.g. posters, A-boards etc.) to Purple Spotted Media, via hello@purplespotted.com, with your name plus the name and address of your business.

Open to all UK garden centres, the competition closes on 13th December 2016.

The winning entry will be the display or POS idea that the judges decide is most likely to grab the attention of visitors in an attractive, fun, clever or innovative way.

For full terms & conditions visit www.sfe-web.com/en/poinsettia-competition

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