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Stagecoach and InExeter have teamed up to spread a little Christmas cheer
Posted on: December 1st 2020
Section: Member news

Local bus operator Stagecoach South West is working in partnership with InExeter, the business improvement districts to offer one lucky family a fabulous festive giveaway.

The lucky winner will receive a £250 Independent Gift Card that can be spent in over 90 city centre independent shops, restaurants or salons; travel for a family of 5 for a weekend and a meal for your family at one of the funkiest restaurants in town, Eat the Bird.

The partnership hopes to encourage locals back to Exeter to support the variety and diversity of local independents. Take the opportunity to soak up the wonderful festive atmosphere beneath the glorious Christmas lights and celebrate all that Exeter has to offer.

Ann Hunter, InExeter Manager said ‘Enter now and be in with the chance of winning this great prize thanks to Stagecoach and Eat the Bird. Exeter has such a brilliant diversity of independents to choose from, please shop local this Christmas and support our city.’

The Independent Gift card is a great present for a loved one this season and can be purchased from Shop local this Christmas and support our Exeter independents.

You can travel with confidence with Stagecoach South West, their on-going priority remains to keep their customers and employees safe. You can find out about all the measures they are taking to keep their buses safe and clean here:

To enter the Christmas competition visit:

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