Plants Galore Christmas Tree Centres are giving away – absolutely free - 4000 super quality Christmas trees starting from Tuesday 22nd December.
Christmas Seasonal Manager Matt Pollard: “Due to lower-than-expected sales through December and the current situation, our centres are ready to give away thousands of trees to spread Christmas cheer on a first come first serve basis – there is no catch. We have approx. 4000 trees from 3ft to 8ft still in store”
“All customers need to do is arrive at one of our five stores (Plymouth, Totnes, Newton Abbot, Exeter and Yeovil - see our website www.growndirect.co.uk for directions to stores) from Tuesday 22nd and collect your free tree. The give-away finishes on Thursday 24th or until trees last. We expect trees to go fairly fast. This is a genuine offer – no purchase needed.”
“We’d love all the trees to be gone by the 24th December and for lots of children (and adults) to have a real Christmas tree who might not usually get one. We also want to support the local region with some Christmas cheer after what has been a very difficult year for anyone, especially in business. The offer is open to absolutely everyone – businesses, charities, schools, pubs and hotels, and there is no limit on the number of trees you want to take – if you want 100 trees then just load them up and take them away and good luck to you. If you have already brought one tree, then why not pop in again and pick up another tree for another room – or have a tree in every room!”
“We would ask the public to share this give-away news with their friends on social media so that as many children as possible get the chance to enjoy a real Christmas tree. It would be great if Facebook and other social media spread the news fast and we could get all these trees to a nice new home in time for Christmas.”
“Everyone at Plants Galore wishes all our customers the very happiest Christmas and New Year and hopefully this massive give-away will cheer up children and adults everywhere and make this Christmas a little more fun”
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