Be a winner in our Local and Loved Campaign
5th January 2014
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Fancy winning some cash to spend at a thebestof Wrexham business? This February, you can - just by telling everyone about the great service you've received from a brilliant Wrexham business.

From 1st February our annual Local and Loved campaign (previously known as 14 Days of Love) begins, aiming to find the most-loved businesses in Wrexham. And we need your help please!

What do I need to do?

All you have to do is post a review on our website and register your details. As well as helping your favourite business in the campaign, you'll be automatically entered into a prize draw to win cash to spend at a local business.

The campaign runs from 1st February 2014 to midnight on Valentine's Day and is a great way to show which businesses truly are the most-loved in Wrexham.

How are the winners decided?

The businesses with the most recommendations on our website at at midnight on 14th February will be the winners. There'll be winners in each business category, as well as an overall and national winners.

We're expecting thousands of reviews to come in and a close competition. Last year on average nationally, we had a review added to a thebestof website every 24 seconds.

Last year's winners of the Most Loved Business in Wrexham with 153 votes were Curves Gym. Owner and manager Hannah Wright said: “It’s fantastic to be a part of thebestof community and to be able to receive awards, which really help us to measure our success.” Aballu Artisan Chocolatier came second and Jolly Good Van Hire were third. Each also received national awards for Most Loved Business in category.

So look out for those pink Local and Loved flags and banners and get voting today!





About the Author

Amanda Wynne Evans

Member since: 3rd December 2013

I'm Amanda Wynne Evans, Director at thebestof Wrexham, championing local businesses and marketing our great town! I'm also the managing director of Wynne Media, website and graphic design based in Wrexham.

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