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Win a case of prosecco with your best (or worst!) Valentine’s Day story
BB Foodservice is offering hospitality staff the chance to win a case of prosecco this Valentine’s Day. All they have to do is tweet @bbfoodservice with a story about the best (or worst!) thing they’ve seen working on Valentine’s Day.
Tony Holmes, sales director, BB Foodservice (Bestway Wholesale) said: “One of the downsides of working in hospitality, on the occasions when everyone else is out celebrating, you’re usually working. On the other hand, you see some pretty special moments. So whether it’s heartwarming ‘she said yes’ moments – or stomach-churning realisations that the cake with the ring in it is on its way to the wrong table – we want to hear about it!”
To take part in the #BBmyValentine campaign, all operators have to do is:
- Follow @bbfoodservice on Twitter
- Tweet their story – making sure to tag @bbfoodservice and use the hashtag #BBmyValentine
Then once the campaign has ended, on 17 February 2018, BB Foodservice will pick their favourite story and send whoever tweeted it a case of prosecco for their troubles (Terms & Conditions apply).
To find out more about the campaign or to see full Terms & Conditions, please visit
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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