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Win £10k Worth Of Epic Fireworks

We are offering a unique opportunity to you all.

If ANDY MURRAY wins the Men’s Singles Wimbledon Tournament 2012 then one lucky winner will receive a fantastic £10,000 worth of fireworks free of charge.

All you need to do, to be in with a chance of winning is to ‘like us’ on Facebook through www.facebook.com/epicfireworks and ‘like’ and ‘share’ the competition with your friends and family to maximise your chance of winning.

This really is a unique opportunity to receive a top quality fireworks display from the biggest fireworks retailer in the UK.

Show your support and you could be in with a chance of winning.


Epic Fireworks on Facebook

Facebook is a free-access social networking website. Users can join networks organized by city, workplace, school, and region to connect and interact with other people. People can also add friends and send them messages, and update their personal profiles to notify friends about themselves. Epic Fireworks has an ever-growing network of customers, friends, pyro nutters, and rocket heads. With so much going on in the world of fireworks it is easy to keep up to date on Facebook.

The Epic Fireworks Facebook account has only been set up recently but is already proving a popular way for all you pyro nuts out there to stay up to speed on our new releases, new designs and all that’s exciting in the fireworks industry.


Cowes Week Fireworks Display – Appeal Continues

In order to save the traditional Cowes Week fireworks, it’s organisers are appealing to local businesses, sailors and members of the public to make an online donation. There has already been a significant contribution towards the cost of the extravaganza from a generous anonymous donor, and the 3,591 members of a new Facebook group – Save Cowes Week Fireworks – have pledged to contribute towards the display. However, there are still considerable funds to be raised. “If you feel strongly about the Cowes Week fireworks, we ask you to play your part in ensuring that the display goes ahead by making a donation,” explained Stuart Quarrie, CEO of Cowes Week Limited. “We are extremely grateful for the support we have already received from the local business community, sailors, members of the public and of course from our anonymous donor, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank them publicly. However, there is still a way to go to ensure the show will go on.”

Epic Fireworks supports the Save Cowes Week Fireworks Campaign. Anyone who wants to make a donation can do so through their website – www.cowesweek.co.uk.