Leading goats’ milk manufacturer St Helen’s Farm has confirmed a fifth year for its National Trust promotion to run on over one million cartons over the coming months in Tesco and Sainsbury’s stores.
The promotion offers free family day passes to selected UK National Trust attractions with customers being driven to the www.sthelensfarm.co.uk website to be in with a chance of winning one of 250 available passes worth up over £30.00.
The promotion period will run until 12 July and winners will receive their family pass by 22 July, valid for twelve months, to ensure that families can make the most of the school summer holidays.
St Helen’s Farm has a long history of on-pack and online promotions with affinity partners that complement the naturalness of the brand and its rural farm setting. Future promotions are already in the pipeline for other partners later in the year including the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB).
St Helen’s Farm sales and marketing manager, Mike Hind said: “The National Trust promotion has been well received by our consumers and there is a real synergy between the brands and our offering.
“Our products bring health and happiness to our customers, many of whom are families with children finding relief from conditions such as eczema and digestion problems bringing significant changes to their quality of life. The National Trust is currently encouraging children to tackle its bucket list of ’50 things to do before you’re 11¾ so this gives our customers the perfect opportunity to do something adventurous!”
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