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BB foodservice gives Santa a run for his money with #BBdeliversChristmas
BB foodservice has called on operators to tweet their strange or unusual delivery requests with the hashtag #BBdeliversChristmas to see if the UK’s largest independent wholesaler can come up with the goods.
Martin Race, managing director of Bestway Wholesale and its delivered wholesale arm, BB foodservice, said: “For food & drink businesses, it’s the busiest time of the year. And we know they’re working harder than ever. That’s why we want to see if we can put a smile on their faces by delivering their foodie/drinkie Christmas wish. Whether it’s the long-lost chocolate bar of their childhood, or just a well-earned bottle of their favourite drop.”
To take part, all operators have to do is
- Follow @bbfoodservice on Twitter
- Tweet the item of food or drink they want delivered, making sure to use the @bbfoodservice handle and the hashtag #BBdeliversChristmas
Then once a day for 12 days, a winner will be selected at random, and BB foodservice will do its best to make that Christmas wish come true. To find out more about the campaign or to see full Terms & Conditions, please visit www.bbfoodservice.co.uk/BBdeliversChristmas
BB foodservice is part of Bestway Wholesale, the UK's largest independent wholesaler. With a vast range of branded and non-branded produce, BB foodservice delivers for all sorts of food and drink businesses – from restaurants and hotels to schools and care homes. And thanks to its price hold guarantee, customers can plan seasonal menus and special events with confidence.
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