Candy Industry recently featured Yowie World’s Valentine’s Day campaign on their website, which promoted product discounts and printable activities. View the full article below.
Yowie debuts online Valentine’s Day campaign
February 1, 2021 –
Yowie Group has launched “Spread Love with Yowie,” a Valentine’s Day campaign featuring special Valentine’s Day discounts, free activities, DIY craft ideas and more.
From now until Feb. 15, Yowie will offer a $5 discount on boxes of its surprise-inside chocolate eggs with code “5spreadlove.” To take advantage of this limited-time holiday offering, Yowie fans and families can visit the Yowie Store on Amazon.com to purchase.
In addition to this deal, the Yowie website offers a Valentine’s Day-themed customizable bookmark for kids to decorate, as well as printable Yowie valentine cards and exciting Valentine’s Day learning activities for preschoolers.
“With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we recognize the struggle for families to continue finding ways to make every holiday special during the pandemic,” said Cynthia Thayer, global CMO at Yowie Group. “As a company dedicated to bringing families together through sweet treats with a fun and educational experience, we’re happy to go the extra mile and provide all we can for families across the nation.”
Due to the success of Yowie’s recent holiday campaigns, including “Halloween at Home” and “Sweeten the Season,” the confectionery brand decided to continue these initiatives to celebrate Valentine’s Day in hopes of making the 2021 holiday extra special for families and Yowie fans.
For anyone looking to take advantage of the “Spread Love with Yowie!” Valentine’s Day activities, Yowie surprise-inside chocolate eggs can be found in more than 30,000 retail outlets across the United States, including Walmart, Target, 7Eleven, Albertson’s, Meijer, Walgreens, CVS and most recently both Food Lion and Casey’s or online at Amazon.com.
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