Scribbler has Made It’s Mark on Scotland PR
Friday, July 16th, 2010
on behalf of Scribbler Cards
Scottish card and stationary store celebrates media success
A PRODUCT available in Scribbler stores across the UK has been featured in a magazine aimed at primary school children- Scottish PR
The Primary Times has printed a picture and article detailing their Grafitti Pens product – perfect for kids on their last day of school to sign their classmates shirts.
As a magazine which covers the length and breath of the country with regional issues, features a wide range of news, activities, products and events.
Under the heading “T Shirt Pens” the piece goes on to describe how the pens are great for the final day of term when everyone autographs each others shirts.
Scribbler has quickly become the UK’s favourite card shop with it’s hilarious and quirky cards rarely found anywhere else on the high street.
And with 18 stores across the UK, the company is fast becoming one of the best and well known stores for greetings lovers.
The coverage can be viewed in the July Primary Times and was secured as part of a successful and ongoing public relations and social media campaign carried out by the Holyrood PR.
The Wharf has detailed a Father’s Day card from Scribbler in a feature dedicated to buying gifts for dads.
As part of Trinity Mirror plc, the dedicated Canary Wharf newspaper contains news on companies, people transport, leisure and entertainment.
Trinity Mirror is one of the UK’s largest newspaper publishers with an award winning portfolio including five national newspapers, over 150 regional newspapers and more than 500 digital products.
In their feature titled “Out of Office: Father’s Day” the double page spread features a number of gifts suitable for dads on Father’s Day – including a card from Scribbler.
The featured card is by Urban Graphic and states “My dad’s great, he’s one of my favourite parents”.
The piece can be found in The Wharf newspaper and was secured as part of an ongoing and successful pr and social media campaign carried out by the Holyrood PR.
ONE OF the many Father’s Day cards stocked by Scribbler has been featured in an article in a Glasgow newspaper.
The Glasgow Extra – which covers the south of the city and Eastwood – detailed Father’s Day gifts and cards for a special one off article.
As a full page spread, the reporter included a picture of the Father’s Day card which reads, “Happy Father’s Day! You’re a star”
Scribbler the irreverent greeting card retailer has gained recognition in offering consumers cleverly different and funny cards suited to individuals with a slapstick sense of humour.
Londontown.com is the number one internet site for both residents and visitors to London – the website outlines all you need to know to experience the city at its best.
The coverage features Scribblers Soho shop – while customers are able to click on links to see photos, as well as links to other Scribbler stores.
The website describes Scribbler as: “this ultra-modern, trendy card shop stocks a whole raft of ingeniously whimsical that will give you something to laugh about.” Scribbler prides itself on using tongue’n’cheek humour for many of its cards – creating unique and different card ideas while still being undeniably funny.
The coverage can be viewed on the Londontown website, and was secured as part of a successful and ongoing public relations and social media campaign carried out by the Holyrood PR.
Scribbler’s unique selection of cards has made the headlines in a regional newspaper.
The London Evening Standard – providing the latest London news, business, sport, showbiz and entertainment – featured Scribbler in their life and style section.
Under the headline, “Happy Annivorcery! The new singles parties” the article goes on to detail the growing trend of celebrating the act of divorce.
THE UK’s leading card chain Scribbler has been featured in article one of Edinburgh’s top weekly newspapers.
The Herald and Post is delivered to homes across Edinburgh, providing them with a round up of all the city’s news, events and views.
In a series of vox pops, the publication invited psychologist Ben Williams to provide a comment on the card choices each customer made, suggesting that the cards we pick reveal more about ourselves than we may think.
The full article was featured in The Herald and Post and was secured as part of a successful PR and social media campaign carried out by the Holyrood PR.
SCRIBBLER – the UK’s favourite card shop – has been featured on a gay search engine website for its range of civil partnership cards.
GAY to Z – which features gay and lesbian guide to the gay scene in the UK – detailed a link to Scribbler’s website where a selection of the cards can be found.
The coverage can be found on the GAY to Z website and was secured as part of a successful PR campaign carried out by the Holyrood PR.
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