(PRWEB UK) 4 December 2013
Leading childcare provider, Bright Horizons, is offering its Facebook fans the chance to vote in this year's seasonal card competition; with the chance to vote for one of several entries designed by children at Bright Horizons nurseries.
There are a total of five festive entries in this year's Bright Horizons seasonal card competition to vote on, and the winning entry will be turned into an e-card. The Christmas card competition has proved popular in previous years and Bright Horizons hopes that this year's contest will encourage more people to engage with the firm and find out more about what it has to offer.
"At Bright Horizons, both the children and staff alike are excited that Christmas is just around the corner, and we thought this competition would be a really fun way to get into the festive spirit," said Michael Blake at Bright Horizons. "Our seasonal card competition has been a big favourite in previous years and we're hoping lots of people will take the chance to vote this year."
Bright Horizons aims to carry out more competitions in the future as part of its efforts to build strong links with families and wider communities. To vote in the seasonal card competition, simply like the Bright Horizons Facebook page to see the various entries.
For more than a quarter of a century, Bright Horizons has been providing high-quality, affordable childcare to help working parents. The company specialises in employer-sponsored dependent care and works closely with many organisations in both the public and private sectors to provide accessible childcare.
Bright Horizons makes it its mission to carefully nurture each child's potential and forge strong partnerships with families, as well as collaborating closely with employers to ensure workplaces are family friendly. In statutory inspections, the Bright Horizons nursery network consistently receives a percentage of "outstanding" and "good" ratings higher than the national average.
To find out more about what the Bright Horizons childcare network has to offer, simply visit the website at http://www.brighthorizons.co.uk.