Posted Thursday, June 30 2011 by Deans Shortbread Categories: Blog

It’s all over, the Mini Break Competition is now closed and we have a winner.  We would like to thank everyone who submitted an entry, the reasons for getting the break were genuine, heartwarming and in some cases amusing. We appreciate you taking the time to enter and unfortunately there can only be one winner; on this occasion it is Mel Fraser who amassed an amazing 165 “Likes” on her entry – well done Mel, you win the £250 voucher towards a Macdonald Hotel Mini Break of your choice. We hope you will go back to the Facebook Page and let us know all about it.  Here is Mel’s entry from Facebook:

The competition was very close, and at times very tense, with Kate Gordon getting 147 “Likes” on her entry; we would like to thank Mel and Kate for the good spirit (and light hearted banter) with which they conducted themselves during the competition.  We appreciate Kate’s efforts to win the competition so we have decided to send Kate a box of goodies from Huntly, perhaps Kate will let us know on the Facebook Page how much she enjoys the selection of our products.  Here is Kate’s entry from Facebook:

The competition was to mark the launch of the Dean’s Mini Bites range and we hope you will all try these when you get a chance. We officially launched them at the Royal Highland Show last Thursday and, judging from the response, they are set to become a big favourite. The Mini Bites are available in: Mini Shortbread rounds, Choc Chip Mini Bites, Original Oat Biscuits and, Coconut Oat Biscuits. It would be great to hear which one is your favourite, please let us know on the Facebook Page.

If you haven’t had a chance to try them yet, go to our online store where you can purchase all for Mini Bite bags, we’re sure you’ll enjoy them. Remember, 5% of all online purchase goes to Marie Curie.

We’ve lots of promotions, offers and competitions to bring you in the future including some news about our search for the Commemorative Tins so, please follow the blog or the Facebook Page to keep in touch with us.

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