Forgefix plays Santa

Published:  02 December, 2010

WHALEY BRIDGE: Christmas is coming a little early this year thanks to ForgeFix, which is to launch a special seasonal sales promotion known as the '12 days of Christmas'.


Running for the first 12 working days of December, the campaign will see products from ForgeFix's range of some 3000 products offered at discounted prices. A different promotional deal will be revealed on each day, with featured items ranging from screws and bolts to wall plugs and holesaw sets. The products on offer have been chosen specifically so that all ForgeFix customers will be able to find a festive treat to suit their needs.


The event will be supported by the ForgeFix website, which will act as an electronic advent calendar by revealing the item on offer only on its allocated date. As an additional feature customers will also receive daily email updates containing details of product offers and a direct link to the deal of the day.


Mike Smith, sales and marketing director at ForgeFix, explains: "As a gesture of goodwill to our customers at this time of year we decided to make purchasing items from our website an even more rewarding experience. Our company ethos is built around providing excellent products, backed by the very best customer service, and this promotion allows us to showcase our strengths in both of these areas."


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