Article Source: Graham's Family Dairy
First Published: 30 November 2020 10:35
Updated: 30 November 2020 10:35
Graham’s The Family Dairy is planning to sprinkle some hope and Christmas cheer at the end of a year like no other, by offering their customers the opportunity to win over £10,000 worth of fantastic prize packages every day in December!
The family dairy is helping to support local businesses within the Scottish restaurant and hospitality sector by purchasing gift vouchers, giving their customers the wonderful opportunity to win an indulgent ‘Gift of Dining Out’ package for Scottish restaurants, as well as Graham’s food hampers until the end of the year.
These festive delights will then be offered exclusively via Graham’s social channels for their customers to win and enjoy themselves, or gift to loved ones.
An exciting new prize will be announced every day in December providing everyone the chance to win an outstanding dining experience at some of the best restaurants across Scotland. Restaurants include, The Kitchin in Leith, Contini’s in Edinburgh, Restaurant Andrew Fairlie in Auchterarder, Nicks in Bridge of Allan, Balgove Steak Barn in St Andrews, Porter and Rye in Glasgow and Coast in Inverclyde.
Winners can look forward to enjoying this culinary treat with friends and family next year. Prizes also include family food hampers, packed full of fresh, great tasting Graham’s dairy products.
Carol Graham, Marketing Director, Graham’s The Family Dairy said: “Meeting at our favourite local restaurants to enjoy good conversation and great quality Scottish food and drink together as a family, is a such a pleasure.
We feel it is important to support our fantastic restaurant and hospitality businesses, spreading a little Christmas joy, from our family to yours. By entering this competition, you not only help local business owners, but in 2021 can look forward to an incredible dining experience in one of the many first-class venues Scotland has to offer.
Christmas is such a magical time of year and we know that everyone will enjoy spending time with friends and family soon and that all local businesses across our country will thrive once again in 2021.”
For a chance to win, please like, share and comment on the our competition posts across our social channels, tagging in a friend or loved one. For more information on our Christmas Gift of Dining Out competition terms and conditions, please visit www.grahamsfamilydairy.com.
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