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#BBhisFavourite: Win a dinner for your dad this Father’s Day
BB Foodservice is offering hospitality staff the chance to treat their dad with a slap up dinner this Father’s Day. All they have to do is tweet @bbfoodservice with their best dad joke to be in with a chance of winning.
Tony Holmes, sales director, BB Foodservice (Bestway Wholesale) said: “Father’s Day can be one of the busiest times for foodservice staff with thousands of chefs, waiters and bar staff busy working away on the day. So we’re giving them a chance to make it up to their dad by winning him a meal out.”
To be in with a chance of winning it for their dad, all entrants need to do is:
- Follow @bbfoodservice on Twitter
- Tweet your best dad joke to @bbfoodservice using the hashtag #BBhisFavourite
Once the campaign has ended on 17 June 2018, BB Foodservice will pick its favourite joke and send the winner an open table voucher courtesy of BB Foodservice (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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