Cherry Orchard To Give £1,000 Cash Back To Memory Lane Customers

Screen Shot 2019-01-08 at 11.07.58Independent retailers unpacking their deliveries of Memory Lane cards from Cherry Orchard Publishing should remember to look in the accompanying envelope as it will include a potentially winning ticket which could see them winning a hefty cash prize.

Above: Memory Lane designs taps into the nostalgic connections we all have.
Above: Memory Lane designs taps into the nostalgic connections we all have.

A total of £1,000 will be handed over to four lucky retailers whose prize drawer tickets are ‘pulled out of the hat’ on the first day of the Spring Fair (Sunday 3 Feb, NEC).

Tickets have been included in all Memory Lane orders that have been sent just prior to Christmas up until those being received by the end of this week.

The draw – with cash prizes of £500, £250, £150 and £100 – will be made adjacent to the Cherry Orchard ‘pod’ on the Cardgains Village stand in Hall 3.

Above: Cherry Orchard’s md Jackie Collins (right) with creative director Beverley Fisher at The Retas awards event.
Above: Cherry Orchard’s md Jackie Collins (right) with creative director Beverley Fisher at The Retas awards event.
Above: Cherry Orchard’s Wot A Mug mug range has been shortlisted for a GOTY award.
Above: Cherry Orchard’s Wot A Mug mug range has been shortlisted for a GOTY award.

Commenting on the initiative, Jackie Collins, managing director of Cherry Orchard Publishing said: “Unpacking orders might not be everyone’s favourite task, so this is a way of saying thank you to our customers as well as adding a bit of excitement.”

Cherry Orchard will have its own extra excitement at Spring Fair as its inaugural Wot A Mug range of mugs (which were available from early December) have reached the shortlist in the Gift Of The Year Awards that are run by the GA. The winners will be announced at an event held at the NEC at the end of the first day of Spring Fair (Sunday 3 Feb).

 

Top: Some of the new Memory Lane cards.

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