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Brainbox Candy Offers a 10% Royalty in a Unique Competition
Leading UK greeting card retailer launches an innovative competition offering a prize earning 10% royalties to one winner.
Their favourite caption will see the winning entry translated into a real-life greeting card, which will be available to buy via the Brainbox Candy website. The chosen card could also be stocked in High Street stores and independent retailers that stock Brainbox Candy products. Not only that, but the winner will also receive 10% of the royalties on all sales of their card.
"The competition is a fantastic opportunity to see your caption take pride of place in one of Brainbox Candy’s greetings cards and for that card to be available for purchase" says Mark Williams, Co-Founder of the brand. “With Brainbox Candy expanding our reach into Europe and beyond, this is a great platform internationally. In offering a share of the royalties from sales of the card, we wanted to include a financial incentive for the winner, as well as the prestige of seeing their own personally-designed greeting card come to life."
So, what are Brainbox Candy looking for from competition entrants? "Anything goes!" says Williams. "We are looking for captions that are clever, unique and highly entertaining so entries that tick these boxes will stand a much better chance of being selected as the ultimate winner". Entries can be made via the Brainbox Candy website at http://www.brainboxcandy.com/
Brainbox Candy specialise in a wide range of greetings cards for special occasions, gifts and wrap. Cards with funny and cheeky messages are particularly popular. Their products are stocked in a variety of design-led retailers across the UK, including Selfridges, Paperchase, Urban Outfitters, House of Fraser and Waterstones, as well as over 1,000 independent retailers and on their own website. The brand is extending its reach outside of the UK and is developing a presence in countries such as Australia, New Zealand, the USA, Canada, Hong Kong and South Africa.
Page Updated Last on: Mar 18, 2014