Monday, 5 December 2011

Save Our Singers - Helpline launched in Bid to Save Britain’s Carol Singers

FishermanFisherman's Friend Original Extra Strong Britain’s Christmas carol season is in crisis as record numbers of Britons battle to keep mid-winter coughs, colds and flu at bay.
 
But Fisherman’s Friend is here to rescue our carol singers, and ensure Christmas songs will be heard all over the country.
 
The company is offering a FREE packet of Fisherman’s Friend Extra Strong Original lozenges to carol singers across the UK. It is well known in the singing community that sucking on a Fisherman’s Friend lozenge can help to keep voices in tune. In fact, even tenor Pavarotti used them to help keep his airwaves clear.

By regularly sucking on a Fisherman’s Friend, the strong menthol and eucalyptus will help keep the symptoms away, and with more menthol than many of its rivals, it really is the strongest there is! In fact, Fisherman’s Friend has been invigorating Britain since 1865.

With 1.3 million carols singers set hit the streets in the run up to the Christmas festivities to spread seasonal cheer and raise funds for charities the folk at Fisherman’s Friend are determined to help spread a bit of festive cheer.

If your vocal cords are in need of some help simply call the dedicated SOS (save our singers) telephone helpline on 020 7554 4496 or email at saveoursingers@rt-com.com clearly leaving your name and address. Fisherman’s Friend will despatch a free pack immediately, while stocks last, to help get you back in tune on time for your carol singing.

Fisherman’s Friend retail at 69p for a 25g pack (approx. 20 lozenges) and are available from all leading independent and multiple grocers, pharmacies, newsagents, convenience stores and forecourts.

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