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Create.net’s 12 days of Christmas giveaway

By Chris Dawson December 2, 2013 - 9:54 am

Create 12 days of ChristmasCreate.net are kicking off Christmas giving early with 12 days of Christmas giveaways on their website.

Each day, visitors to the Create.net website will be able to access a different free gift from Create.net that they can use to improve their business and website. They can also access a special one-day discount provided by one of eleven featured Create.net customers, ideal for those still looking for the perfect Christmas gift!

Visitors are able to enter a competition to win a grand prize at the end of the 12 days. This will include a range of free gifts from the participating Create.net customers plus a free subscription to a Create.net Pro Seller account, worth just under £100, which enables you to build your own website and sell online.

We asked about the free gifts and they’re not specific to Create.net customers – they’ll be useful to you which ever host you use for your website or where you sell online. Today’s gift is a “New Years Sale” banner for your website.

Rebecca Kimber, CEO of Create.net said, “It’s been such a positive year for the company. We have celebrated both reaching the 10,000 customers mark and our 12th birthday. None of this would have been possible without our fantastic customers, partners and staff. We wanted to say thank you and Merry Christmas by providing some great freebies and
discounts for all to enjoy.”

To claim your free gift and discount and to enter the Create’s 12 Days of Christmas competition to win a range of prizes visit www.create.net/12days.

  • 4 years ago

    Thanks for sharing. Hope everyone enjoys the goodies and discounts!

    Please do share with anyone who might be interested.

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