June 3, 2013

Royal Mail teams up with Purple Ronnie to deliver ‘Dear Dad’ competition for Father’s Day

Royal Mail and Purple Ronnie are celebrating Father’s Day (Sunday, June 16th) with the launch of the ‘Dear Dad’ competition

  • The competition is offering 50 people the chance to have personalised Purple Ronnie poems written about their dad, and then sent in a card in time for Father’s Day
  • People can enter the competition by visiting www.poemfordad.co.uk

Royal Mail is joining forces with world famous social expression brand, Purple Ronnie, to celebrate Father’s Day (Sunday, June 16th).

The ‘Dear Dad’ competition is offering 50 people the chance to have a personalised Purple Ronnie poem written about their father.

People can enter the competition by visiting www.deardad.co.uk and telling us why their dad is so special.

Winners* will receive a four-lined personalised poem written in a special card and posted to their father in time for Father’s Day**.  The competition is now open, with entries accepted until 9.30am on Monday, June 10th.

Stephen Agar, Managing Director of Consumer and Network Access at Royal Mail, said: “We wanted to do something really special to celebrate Father’s Day and give people the chance to say thank you to their dad with the wonderful words and humour of Purple Ronnie.

“This is a great opportunity for doting sons and daughters to pay homage to their dad and get a unique personalised poem written and sent in a card, ready for Father’s Day.”

Michael Dee, Director of Content on Purple Ronnie at owner, Coolabi, added: “We are very excited to be working with the Royal Mail on this great competition and we know that there will be a lot of happy fathers out there on 16th June.”