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3663 launches dedicated Christmas website

By Becky Paskin , 06-Oct-2009

Related topics: New Products, Food, Hospitality Services

To help caterers get prepared for Christmas, 3663 First for Foodservice has launched a new website offering a range of festive products, advice and services

The 3663 Christmas website offers a range of products, advice and services

The 3663 Christmas website offers a range of products, advice and services

To help caterers get prepared for Christmas, 3663 First for Foodservice has launched a new website featuring product information, costings, promotions and training videos.

 

The website contains information on pre-costed menus, alleviating the pressures of menu planning, and provides a range of Christmas menu designs, so caterers can source all they need for the festive period in one spot.

 

Isabelle Davis, marketing manager for 3663, said the foodservice provider wanted to help businesses maximise their profit opportunities over Christmas.

 

“We’ve done extensive research and the Christmas website addresses customer needs whether they are in search of tailored value promotions, expert advice or a range of services all under one roof,” she said. “The 3663 Christmas website addresses three key areas for our customers – more value through the range of services we offer; more choice because of the work our team has done to source the best and widest range of products; and finally more reward so that our customers reap the benefit of working with 3663.”

 

www.3663christmas.co.uk

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