Gloria Jean's Coffees Starts Valentine's Day campaign

Gloria Jean's Coffees Starts Valentine's Day campaign

Date : 9/02/2016                                                                                                                                                   Source : The Daily Star

Gloria Jean's Coffees is a global coffee chain that specialises in making a wide range of specialty hot coffees and signature chill making a wide range of specialty hot coffees and signature chillers that are made from hand-picked coffee beans, acquired from various exotic origins of the world. On Valentine's month, Gloria Jean's Coffees has arranged a very special reward for its guests.

This year for the month of February, Gloria Jean's Coffees is promoting a new Valentine's Day campaign in which they will be gifting 3 Louis Vuitton handbags to 3 lucky guests. For the ladies who are already visualising the beautiful bag in their hands and for the gentlemen who might want to win one for their Valentine, all you have to do is enjoy a minimum of Tk500 worth of coffees, snacks or desserts at any Gloria Jean's Coffees outlets in the month of February.

Guests will receive a Frequent Visitor Card (FVC). Every guest will receive additional punches on the card for every Tk500 purchase. After collecting 5 punches on the card, guests must fill up their contact details on it and drop the card at any outlet. In order to increase the chances of winning, one guest may drop multiple FVCs any time throughout the month. The winner will be decided through a raffle draw in March.

F.M. Murshed Elahy, Head of Operations at Navana Foods, stated that this Valentine's Day event marks the eatery's sixth largest event to be organised since 2012. As the franchise is a firm believer of giving back, giveaways to their guests on a quarterly or monthly basis is a common practice. Gloria Jean's Coffees has also contributed to society through CSR programmes such as contributing sale-proceeds to families who suffered in the Rana Plaza Tragedy. -- The Daily Star




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