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Cwtch Box Pledges 100 Free Gift Boxes to Key Workers

Cwtch Box has pledged to give away 100 gift boxes to key workers and their families. The luxury gift box company founded by Sean Lade, and named after the Welsh word for “hug,” is working with local businesses across Pembrokeshire. Their gift boxes contain a sampling of local products including nuts, cookies, chocolate, dips, juice, and more. Their boxes will benefit the key workers of south Wales and inspire its residents to shop locally. Cwtch Box has a £5000 fund and will be giving away boxes on Facebook until supplies run out. Recipients need to be nominated and a random drawing will decide the winners. Fans of the Cwtch Box will soon be able to sign up for a subscription to have them delivered. Learn more at cwtchbox.wales.

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Pembrokeshire, UK, 22 June 2020 — Sean Lade, owner of the luxury gift box company Cwtch Box, has pledged to give away 100 gift boxes to key workers and their families.

Each Cwtch Box contains locally-sourced, premium products like nuts, cookies, chocolate, dips, juice, and more! Lade said he also hopes to showcase the fantastic local businesses around Pembrokeshire and inspire people to shop locally.

“The response from local businesses has been great so far. Many have donated to the cause,” said Lade. “We hope to bring more local businesses aboard to help support our key workers.”

The Pembrokeshire gift box is currently filled with goods from many local businesses including the Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company, Tan Y Castell, Upton Farm, and Pembrokeshire Chilli Farm.

“It’s great to be involved with a company bringing a little bit of comfort to the people that matter,” said Keith Adie, owner of Upton Farm, one of the participating Pembrokeshire businesses.

The 100 boxes will be given away on Facebook (@Cwtch Box) and Instagram (@Cwtchbox.Wales) based on nominations and a random drawing.

“We have a starting fund of £5000 and we’ll be giving away boxes until supplies run out,” said Lade. “Cwtch is the Welsh word for ‘cuddle’ or ‘hug’ and that’s what we’re trying to give these key workers.”

Visit cwtchbox.wales to learn more about the Welsh gift box, see pictures, and support the company’s current campaign. You can also follow Cwtch Box on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for the latest news, updates, and local deals.

Over the long-term, Cwtch Box will be opening up for regular subscriptions on top of the one-time gifts of luxury boxes. This means customers will be able to receive the best local products delivered fresh to their door.

ABOUT CWTCH BOX: Cwtch Box is working with local businesses and produce suppliers to deliver a slice of Pembrokeshire to those that need a bit of comfort in their lives. They are obsessively passionate about Pembrokeshire and want to show the world what the community has to offer. The company has pledged to send 100 gift boxes to key workers and their families. Learn more about the gift boxes and their current campaign at cwtchbox.wales.

Contact Info:

Sean Lake
Cwtch Box
Growth Unit 7, Bridge Innovation Centre
Pembroke Dock, sa72 6UN
+441646 629231

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