Shropshire, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 30 September 2014
Tree of Hearts, a specialist supplier of bespoke wedding stationery, is very proud to announce that they have just won Theo Paphitis’ weekly #SBS competition – an initiative that the Dragon’s Den star founded to help bring his favorite small businesses the positive press and brand recognition that they truly deserve.
What is #SBS?
The weekly #SBS (or Small Business Sunday) campaign has been running since 2010, and has helped hundreds of small businesses to grow and develop. To win, businesses have to send Theo Paphitis an engaging & interesting tweet explaining what their business does. Theo then reads through the entries, and selects the six that he’s most enthralled by.
Once he’s made his selection, the retail magnate then sends out a tweet about the business he’s chosen, and also adds them to the SBS website’s winner’s roll – exposing the winning business to over 400,000 social media users, and radically increasing brand awareness in the process.
Obviously this kind of positive press will provide a huge boost to Tree of Heart’s Twitter presence, and should also help to expose a lot of new people to the brand’s unique range of high-quality wedding invitations & save the date cards.
About Tree of Hearts
Tree of Hearts is a relatively young company that’s quickly starting to establish itself as a leading supplier of premium wedding stationary, guest books and photo albums.
Alongside its sister company, The Card Gallery, Tree of Hearts has had an incredibly busy year; gaining Made in Britain certification for its entire product line, and releasing a number of new ranges designed to cater for any style of wedding or event. The companies managing director, Lisa Forde, is also celebrating her 10th year in the stationary business as well.
Recognition (and commendation) from one of Britain’s foremost businessmen is a fantastic way to round out the year’s progress, and a brilliant way to set the stage for all the exciting developments still to come!
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