Invictus Communications Showcases Local Fayre For Festive Customer Treat
Telecommunications specialists Invictus Communications will reinforce its ethos of ‘buy local, sell local and support local’ by treating customers to a special hamper brimming with fayre produced by fellow local businesses this Christmas.
Twelve lucky customers will receive bottles of Melbourne water and gin produced by the Highfield Drinks Group and a platter of doughnuts from Project D.
Both companies are based close to Invictus’ Castle Donington offices and managing director Jonny McPhee’s Melbourne home.
Mr McPhee, who set up Invictus Communications in 2016, said: “In a relatively short space of time, we have established our place in the competitive world of telecommunications as the ‘go to’ local business which cares about our customers and puts something back into the local community.
“Our ethos from day one has been to ‘buy local, sell local and support local’ and our 12 days of Christmas campaign this December perfectly reflects this.
“To celebrate our best year yet, we wanted to do something special to say thank you to our customers and to showcase two brilliant local companies who are also helping to put Derbyshire on the map.
“I hope this will help to spread some festive cheer couples with a clear message that we as businesses and individuals should all support local businesses who are the lifeblood of the local economy.”
Picture shows: Invictus Communications MD Jonny McPhee, centre, with Sam Smith from Highfield Drinks Group, left, and Jacob Watts from Project D, right, in the grounds of local landmark – Melbourne Hall.