The ’14 Days of Love’ campaign is well under way now and it’s something we think we should all get behind.
Small business owners are the unsung heroes of our communities and they need some loving! These are the folk that have kept the economy going through all the turmoil of the last 18 months after all so now it’s time for the people of Britain to give a little bit back…
The ’14 Days of Love’ campaign is encouraging people all over the country including Exeter to ‘share some love’ about a great local business.
There is a page on thebestofexeter website where anyone can go to declare their love for any great local business here and each time they do that they’ll earn the chance to win one of 14 fantastic prizes. More on that below.
Each day you’ll be able to see the Loveometer change to reflect who the Top 20 ‘Most Loved Businesses’ in town are, or our separate list of the Top 5 ‘Most Loved’ businesses by category right across the country – so ‘most loved florists’, ‘most loved printers’, ‘most loved tree surgeons’ – they are all there!
This is a fun campaign with a serious message, and it’s designed to make thousands of business owners across the country feel great about the work they do every day because their customers will be showing them their ‘love’ – something us Brits are normally very bad at doing.
It would be great to have you involved (and if you do share some love during the 14 days then you’ll automatically be entered in our FREE daily prize draws and there are some brilliant prizes to be won including Dinner at a Michelin Star restaurant, Ferrari driving experiences, spa days, Apple iPads, theatre tickets and a lot more).
You can enter the prize draw by telling us which local business you love, and why here.
Also, get tweeting about the 14 Days of Love and encourage as many people as you can to take part! You can find out what everyone is saying about the campaign on Twitter (and join in) by using the hashtag #14daysoflove too!
Who will be the ‘UK’s Most Loved Business’ and the 'Most Loved Business in Exeter' for 2011?