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13 January 2015

Pop Your Cork this Valentine’s Day!

You may have heard…Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Make sure you’re ahead of the game (and in the good books) by taking advantage of ThinkPR’s fabulously romantic Valentine Bubbles delivery service.

For just £20, we’ll deliver a bottle of Italy’s finest Prosecco, bedecked with ribbons and keepsake card, with your personalised message on it.

"To celebrate our 10th anniversary, ThinkPR is raising £10,000 for charity – help us reach our target and spread the love this Valentine’s Day." Annabel Sall, CEO

The ideal gift for both sexes - send one to your spouse, your partner, a much-loved relative or pal, or even a valued colleague!

Not only will you be flavour of the month with the recipient, you’ll also be helping us continue to raise funds for local charity, the Alfie Milne Trust.

The Trust was established by the parents of seven-year-old Aberdeenshire boy Alfie, who has Lymphangiomatosis, an extremely rare and incurable disease of the Lymphatic system causing benign tumours to spread throughout the body. Its aim is to promote research that will ultimately identify effective treatments and a cure.

Three steps to romantic glory…

  1. Download and complete the order form and send to 
  2. Once you’ve sent the form, go to our Just Giving page and make your donation of £20. Please quote your full name and the final 4 digits of your mobile phone number as this allows us to match up your order form with your donation.
  3. We’ll send you a confirmation email within 24 hours of receiving your order, then you can sit back and wait to be adored. 

Things to note...

  • Orders must be received by 3pm Thursday 12th February
  • Deliveries will be made by 5pm on Friday 13th February
  • Deliveries can only be made within the following postcode areas: AB10, AB11, AB12, AB15, AB16, AB21 (Dyce and Bucksburn only); AB22, AB23 (Bridge of Don and Denmore), AB24, AB25 and AB32
  • Orders cannot be cancelled and are non-refundable