Storks can deliver Barcelona prize for Mail Boxes customers

A business in Croydon is entering its customers in a prize draw, with the chance of winning a family trip to Barcelona, provided they have their packages delivered by… storks.

storks-mbe-press-imageMail Boxes Etc, who have a branch at 226 High Street, is taking part in a national promotion linked to the latest Warner Bros animation movie.

“For the month of October, all our customers’ packages and parcels will be delivered by Storks,” Ashok Patel, the Croydon branch owner, said.

“The storks are now nesting in the windows of our store in the form of life-size character cut-outs,” Patel said. “We’re running a prize draw and giving away free movie posters to our customers to celebrate the launch of the movie, Storks.

“We’re so excited to be collaborating with one of the big Hollywood movie studios to promote their main animation adventure release of the year,” said Patel, “and we’re celebrating with a fabulous prize draw to win a family trip to Barcelona, complete with a helicopter tour for a stork’s-eye view of the city.

“Everyone who sends a parcel with us in-store during October can enter, and there’s no limit to the number of entries you can make, as long as you’ve shipped a package with us in each case.”

Fifty runners-up will receive a pair of cinema tickets.


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