Get involved in our Christmas Competition
Mon, Sep 30, 2019
It's that time of year already...
The festive wreath has roots in several different religions and cultures. For many, the wreath represents Jesus Christ's suffering – the wreath represents the thorns worn by Christ on the cross, and the tiny red berries represent Christ's blood.
Some have traced the origins back to Ancient Rome where the wreath symbolizes victory, and that Romans hung them on their doors after a win in battle. While others believe that the circular shape of the wreath represents eternity and the never-ending circle of life.
Whatever your belief and reason for hanging a wreath, the most important thing to remember is that the holidays are a time to be good to others, whether their beliefs are the same as yours or not.
Show us what you’re made of…
We’d love for you to get involved in our Christmas Competition. Yes, we know it’s only October but we want you to be prepared! The prize will be a fantastic Christmas Hamper packed full of festive treats*.
We want you to make and share with us your creations. Your wreath can be decorated however you wish; floral, fabric, buttons, jewels, or even shells.
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and simply share 2 pictures of your finished wreath; one with you in it (to prove you haven’t taken it from Pinterest) and the other displaying it in all its glory and be sure to tag us @andrewgrantllp and use the hashtag #agchristmaswreath
Alternatively, you can email your two pictures to email@example.com
*Closing date for entries Friday 6th December at midday – entries received after this date will not be entered into the competition. The competition will be anonymously judged by a specialist panel.
After judging the winner will be contacted to arrange your hamper delivery and promoted on social media. Entrants of any age may enter however if anyone under the age of 18 wins an adult must be named as the recipient (your hamper may contain alcohol).
Christmas Hamper with contents worth £150. No cash alternative is offered. This competition is not open to Andrew Grant employees; although friends and family are permitted to enter.
By submitting an entry you are giving Andrew Grant LLP permission to contact you for future marketing purposes, you can opt out at any time.
Entry is free – no purchase necessary. Andrew Grant reserves the right to amend these rules at any time.