Spar UK celebrates Marie Curie partnership with nationwide competition

Spar has launched its first child-focused nationwide competition to celebrate its partnership with UK’s leading end of life charity Marie Curie and food wholesaler and distributor James Hall.

Throughout this month, consumers can create a design of their choice using Marie Curie’s signature yellow colour and taking inspiration from the charity’s work – with the winner having their work printed on an HGV trailer.

Shoppers can enter the competition by picking up a colouring template at local Spar stores from across the North of England.

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“We run competitions across the year within our SPAR stores that are incentives for our adult customers only, so we’re incredibly excited to get the wheels in motion on our lorry design competition that opens the doors for children to enter,” said James Hall marketing manager, Tom Murphy.

Marie Curie head of partnership management Tom Heron said: “Our partnership with SPAR and James Hall prides itself on funding Marie Curie services out in the very communities that SPAR stores serve.

“This competition celebrates the spirit of this partnership, emphasising the work that has been done to bring communities together and raise thousands of pounds to ensure that our vital services can continue to support people and their families at the end of life.”



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