BANNER LAUNCHES ‘SNACK ATTACK’ WINTER SALES PROMOTION

PAID PROMOTION ON BEHALF OF BANNER BATTERIES

It’s definitely a case of the ‘drinks are on us’, as Banner Batteries – one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of batteries and battery accessories – is using its winter sales promotion to encourage customers to enjoy a well-deserved break with its 2020 ‘Snack Attack’ winter sales promotion.

Items handed out in Banner Batteries’ winter sales promotion

The essence of simplicity, this year’s promotion serves to build on the overriding success of a similar theme adopted by Banner in 2019. This time around, Banner is serving up a Banner Batteries branded mug, coffee and snack in the form of the one of the nation’s favourites – a McVitie’s Club biscuit.

Created to fight off the thirst and hunger cravings that everyone experiences during the day, Banner is offering customers the ‘Snack Attack’ package to anyone purchasing a Banner branded battery between the promotion dates of November 16th and January 31st

“Having run a similar campaign in 2019, which was extremely well received across our customer base, this year’s ‘Snack Attack’ approach is based on popular mantra – if it isn’t broken then don’t fix it! We are confident that the promotion will prove to be a refreshing sweetener throughout the working day,” states an enthusiastic Lee Quinney, Banner Batteries’ UK Country Manager. 

The Banner Batteries’ Snack Attack promotion will be supported by both generic and customer bespoke promotional flyers, above-the-line advertising, PR and email marketing. 

For further information, please contact Banner Batteries on: 01889 571100 or email: office.bgb@bannerbatteries.com.

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