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The NFRN has created a trio of posters for our new Celebrate Togetherness campaign. This campaign is intended to help our members capitalise on the increase in social gatherings that we expect to occur as lockdown eases and the weather improves.

The posters each detail a different social gathering: drinking in the garden with the girls, beers with the boys, or finally having some quality time with your extended family. We created multiple posters as the campaign is versatile and the phrase “celebrate togetherness” can be applied to many different social events.

Below the image of the celebration, there are examples of the products that you may what to purchase for these events. Illustrations of items like beer, crisps, pizza, prosecco, ice cream and BBQ essentials all feature on the posters. These icons will link the social event to the products you sell in the mind of the consumer.

The posters each feature #ShopLocalShopLittle above the NRFN logo to remind people to support their local independent businesses when shopping for their upcoming celebrations. This is the continuation of the campaign that we launched last year to encourage more people to shop local throughout the lockdown.

The posters are available to download below.




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