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Idlewells' Valentine's Cash Giveaway!

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Idlewells' Valentine's Cash Giveaway!

The team at Idlewells is giving its customers a little cash to help spread the love this Valentine's Day - handing out fifty pence pieces to anyone who claims one* while stocks last!

The promotion entitled "Give a little, say a lot" has been designed to encourage shoppers to use this Valentine's Day to say 'thank you' to special people in their lives - and to recognise that February 14th is not just for couples. 

Idlewells has earmarked 1,000 fifty pence coins to give away from 11am on Saturday 11th February.  The coins will be given out with a message thanking the shopping centre's visitors for their loyalty and custom, with a hope that the money will be passed on via a similar gesture to someone special in their lives.  

To claim the 50p coin, customers are asked to simply come to the Valentine's Day sweet cart, situated close to B&M Bargains, and state "Valentine's Day is not just for couples!". 

Explains Chloe O'Donnell, Idlewells Shopping Centre Manager; "Valentine's Day gives us all the opportunity to show someone how special they are - whatever the relationship."

Instead of spending money on an activity for our customers, we thought we would show our appreciation of them by helping them to show their appreciation to someone else in turn." She continued. "50p is not much these days, we know, but it could go towards the cost of a phone call, visit, card or gift - which could mean so much to someone."

In addition to the cash giveaway, popular vintage singer, Rose Devine, will be back performing on Café Moda during 3 sets between 11am and 3pm. This will be the third time that Rose has performed at Idlewells, and back due to popular demand. Rose sings vintage classics and modern popular songs - all in wrapped up in her distictly vintage, laid back, jazz-lounge style.

 

* Only one coin will be given out per adult (or young person over 14). Staff may refuse a claim if they feel the promotion is being abused.

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

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