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Win free fish and chips for your customers



Seafish has put together a comprehensive support package to help chippies get involved in next month’s Seafood Week and it includes the chance for one shop to offer free fish and chips to its customers.


To encourage customers through the door and to help shops embrace the event, which takes place from 6th-13th October and celebrates the amazing fish and seafood on offer in the UK, Seafish will be giving one business £700 to put towards free fish and chips. All you have to do to take part is register your shop’s details at www.seafoodweek.co.uk/fishandchips

A variety of promotional support materials has also been produced to help publicise the event, including an online toolkit packed with suggestions as to how shops can get involved in the campaign. There’s even a local media press release template, written and ready to be sent, as well as social media activity ideas, downloadable logos, posters and bunting.

Shops that register to take part in the week-long event will also be given access to a dedicated photo library, containing a wide variety of Seafood Week branded posters, stickers and digital adverts.

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