Win a £500 Staycation courtesy of PHL Group

By Chris Dawson June 11, 2021 - 11:00 am

The past 16 months have been incredibly demanding on both a personal and business level. The retail industry has faced challenges with the extended closure of brick-and-mortar stores and a boom in ecommerce that took the industry five years into the future. With Brexit, COVID and the rapid switch to digital, it feels like we have barely had time to pause for breath! What better way to relax and recharge after all the pressure than a luxury staycation in the beautiful British countryside?

PHL Group is offering one lucky retailer the chance to win a £500 voucher with, offering unique and unusual places to staycation across the UK, Europe and worldwide.

Coolstays have a portfolio of over 2000 hand-picked, extraordinary places, each offering something genuinely quirky, noteworthy or stylish—the perfect way to relax and unwind. You can choose from unique and unusual places to staycation with accommodation including glamping, luxury treehouses, windmills, lighthouses and deluxe beach huts – Stay somewhere extraordinary!

SurveyTo enter the prize draw, simply complete the PHL Group fulfilment survey! By taking part, you will have your say in the future of fulfilment and help PHL continue their mission to provide effective yet affordable fulfilment solutions to support retail growth.

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