Edible Arrangements Hong Kong launches drawing competition

June 9, 2011

Edible Arrangements Hong Kong, makers of the freshest, most delicious and stunning fresh fruit bouquets in Hong Kong, has launched a fun drawing competition for children ages 3 to 10 year old. The campaign aims to not only build better brand recall for the company and entice more customers but to also remind consumers that healthy food is still the best choice.

For the drawing contest, all the participants have to do is draw how a special occasion would look like. The drawings can depict a Friendship Party, a Movies Party, a Toy Parade or even a Drawing Party. Participants can also fill an overleaf (which can be downloaded from http://www.ediblearrangements.hk/DrawingCompetition) with colors and bring (or send) the drawings together with the duly accomplished form (which you can download from the Edible Arrangements Hong Kong website) to either stores: G05 Nathan Square, 348 Nathan Road, Jordan, Kowloon or at Shop 3012, IFC Mall – Podium, Central.

Prizes at stake are sure to delight all participants. The grand prize is the delicious and magnificent Berry Special Occasion bouquet (valued at HK $888). The second prize, on the other hand, is the HD Delicious Celebration SM (valued at HK $658) while the third prize is the Chocolate Banana Daisy arrangement (valued at HK $488).

The winners will be published on the Edible Arrangements Hong Kong TV, website as well as on the official Facebook Page.

Edible Arrangements Hong Kong is launching the drawing contest promo through their preferred social media company PRDA (Prosperity Research Digital Agency). With over 250 successful campaigns under its belt, PRDA has set the standard in terms of social media and online engagement.

To order your own fresh fruit arrangement, visit http://www.ediblearrangements.hk today. They do same-day deliveries if your order is placed before 4 pm.

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