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Has Your Company Got The Bottle This Christmas?

For release (because it’s Christmas time)
4 December 2007

Has Your Company Got The Bottle This Christmas?

Yes it's that time of the year when companies all over the country have to think of a decent gift for the other companies that keep them from going bankrupt. The gift can't be lame or even have the company logo stamped on it as the "gift of advertising" is never a winner.

So instead, we’re suggesting that smart companies gift something with our company name stamped on it – a bottle of 42 BELOW vodka!

42 BELOW managing director Paul Dibbayawan says: “Nothing says Merry Christmas and thanks for your business worse than a desk calendar featuring photographs of your staff and offices! We should know, we receive enough of them. Save the recycling this year and give them the gift they really want – a decent bottle to raise the standard of booze at the office party.

“Although it’s not guaranteed, buy them a bottle of 42 BELOW and your customers will love you forever,” the boss of the super premium spirit maker says. “But remember to remind them to drink responsibly this festive season – you need the business in 2008.”

PS. If you do have a heap of self branded pens or umbrellas knocking around then feel free to send us some. We have lots of pen and umbrella thieves here and can't get enough of them.

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