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You can now eat Christmas dinner every day for free with Toby Carvery!

The UK restaurant chain, notorious for their roasts has launched a new job, where one lucky candidate can become a Christmas dinner taste tester. The job ad appeared on LinkedIn and states that the employee will be traveling up and down the country tasting different Toby Carvery’s Christmas dinners, passing judgement and getting them all for free – sounds like the perfect job! The job used the hashtag...

Bank’s Beer transform old building into an Advent calendar

Popular beer brand, Bank’s Beer, has turned an old disused building into a giant advent calendar as part of its Christmas campaign. The building has 25 windows, each with a unique graffiti image and statement on Christmas – stating things we all think but wouldn’t dare to say! Examples of the window home-truths include, an image of a Christmas light covered house stating, “Sod global warming, its...

Marks and Spencer partner with Shelter to highlight homelessness at Christmas

High street retail giant Marks and Spencer has continued its partnership with housing and homeless charity Shelter, by giving commuters at Waterloo a taste of their Festive collection, a pop-up Christmas themed dining room and virtual reality experience. Diners will be immersed in three very different Christmas days, with a VR experience of real people, set in real houses, talking about how they will spend their...

Shell gets New Yorkers to jump for their lunch in new energy campaign

A new campaign by energy company, Shell, has made New Yorkers jump for their lunch, by taking the energy they generate from, jumping as payment. The campaign, which followers the hashtag #makethefuture, used Shell’s very own kinetic tile walkway dubbed the synergy truck is one of only six new energy technologies which enables the truck to take power from the customers actions to fuel the kitchen. The campaign...

Period Pad plasters aim to destigmatize menstrual hygiene around the world

The 11th of October marked #dayofthegirl which aims to highlight challenges girls face throughout the world, while promoting girls’ empowerment and their human rights. ‘Plan International UK’ launched its new campaign supporting #dayofthegirl with a fun new product. Aiming to tackle the stigma around menstrual hygiene the company created boxes of ‘plaster pads’ and sent them to celebrities and...

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