Get in-store Mother's Day dedications at The Co-operative
Released on: March 13, 2012, 11:39 am
The Co-operative Food
Industry: Food & Beverage
With just a few days left until Mother’s Day, millions of
people across the UK are no doubt wondering just how they’re going to
show their appreciation for their mums this weekend. If you’re not sure
how to make this Mother’s Day truly irresistible, wonder no more –
because the Co-operative is offering you the chance to send a special
message to your mum via its online and in-store radio station. If
you’re stuck for ideas you’re unable to spend time with your mum this
Mother’s Day, you can simply drop her a line through the Co-operative
To find out more, simply visit http://goodwithfood.co.uk/radio to make a song
request or leave a message for the Co-op’s resident DJs to read out on the day
itself. Co-operative Food stores across the country will be tuned in to the Co-operative Radio next Sunday, so if your mumís doing her shopping for Mother's Day meals she may well hear your message or request while she’s out and about. And
even if you’re not planning on visiting your local Co-operative Food store on
Mother’s Day, you can simply choose to listen in online and wait for your song or
message to appear.
Melanie Rushton – digital marketing and development manager at The Co-operative Food– encouraged anyone looking for a special way to mark Mother’s Day to get involved,
and said it could be the ideal way to show gratitude to dedicated mums.
“This is a lovely way to help make Mother’s Day even more special, and put a smile
on the faces of our hard-working and deserving mums,” she explained.
However, anyone who wants to request a track or send a message to their mother via
the Co-operative Radio will need to be quick to avoid disappointment – the deadline
for requests is on Thursday March 15th.
About The Co-operative:
Founded in 1844 in northern England, the Co-operative is Britain’s largest mutual
business and is owned by nearly six million partners rather than private
shareholders. It owns Co-operative Food, the UK’s fifth-biggest food retailer and is
a major player in the financial services industry, owning big-name brands including
Britannia, the Co-operative Bank and Co-operative Insurance. The group employs more
than 110,000 and places ethics at the heart of everything it does, having committed
itself to nearly 50 social and sustainability goals as part of its Ethical Plan.
For more information, contact:
Senior PR Officer
Telephone: 0161 827 5629
Mobile: 07713 267 499
Facsimile: 0161 833 1035