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With so much choice on offer, parents who are thinking of buying tech gadgets this Christmas will most likely buy from brands that can offer them expert advice whilst being reassured of the safety of the product.
With the average consumer spending a small fortune on Christmas Day, brands are keen to capitalise on this and provide the answer for weary shoppers seeking the perfect groceries and gifts.
The lager brand, which history is connected with Christmas, is encouraging its consumers to make the holiday brighter through re-sending gifts and triggering donations.
Following its emotional “Likes don’t save lives” campaign, UNICEF Sweden continues communicating the message of how important monetary support is.
Christmas is that time of the year when we all want to be a bit kinder, more generous and overall better people—no surprise that many charity foundations try to raise additional funds over this period, launching promotional Christmas-themed activities.
Google re-launches its Santa Tracker introduced last year to provide the global audience an insight into Santa’s cross-continental travel from a tropical location to his snowy home at the North Pole.
The precious Crystal Chalice is now available for purchase in select countries, including the U.S., U.K., Belgium, Brazil, China, Canada and 24 more international markets.