Samuel Phillips Law Firm spreads Valentine's Day love and British Heart Foundation funds - sponsored feature

    • 08:00, 10 Feb 2015
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Love is in the air and lawyers at Samuel Phillips are playing their part by raising cash for the British Heart Foundation - sponsored feature

With so much doom and gloom in the news, Samuel Phillips Law Firm has decided to lighten the mood. February 14, the day of St Valentine, is fast approaching and now is the time to plan how to remind those you love how much they mean to you.

Samuel Phillips are making a locally-produced card freely available to anyone who gets in touch before Thursday, February 12. For each card sent out, the Newcastle firm will be donating £1 to the British Heart Foundation so you can feel doubly pleased with yourself.

If you are feeling the love and a little bit of creativity you might just win a bottle of champagne too to toast your romantic evening. Read on for more info.

The Valentine's Day card from Samuel Phillips Law Firm
The Valentine's Day card from Samuel Phillips Law Firm

By sending a text with the words Law and Love to 82010, the firm’s short text number, you can request your very own card. You can also add your own personal message either in the text or when the firm contacts you for details of where to send the card ready for you to sign. The text will cost no more than a normal message.

For every card requested Samuel Phillips will be donating £1 to the British Heart Foundation and asking if that could at least be matched by those requesting a card.

You can also donate by text to: 70070 and add the unique code FKAI76 and the amount such as £1

David Laud, Chief Executive of Samuel Phillips, said: “There’s no shortage of bad news at the moment so we thought it would be an idea to offer an antidote. We want the people of the North East to show their romantic side and to help we’re giving away a free Valentine card. It’s also great to be able to support the work of the British Heart Foundation.”

The image on the card is of the Gateshead Millennium Bridge part opened in the shape of a heart. David, who took the photo, added: “When I took the picture it struck me how much the shape of the two sections resembled a heart and the idea developed from there.”

Lawyers aren’t often associated with romance, creativity or giving things away but Samuel Phillips is not like any other law firm, we are somewhat unique.

As an added incentive to ordering your free card Samuel Phillips is offering a prize of a bottle of champagne for the person who creates the most romantic and original message sent via the short code text to be put in the card.

Text Law and Love to 82010

The free card is being promoted on a range of social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn.

Time to brush off the poetry books and grab your phone to secure your card, they may fly out of the office quicker than Cupid’s arrow.

Samuel Phillips Law Firm
Samuel Phillips Law Firm

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