MAY Marketing supporting the Althorp Food & Drink Festival
The award-winning Althorp Food & Drink Festival returns on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 May 2019, with more than 100 diverse and inspiring food and drink stands, as well as show-stopping culinary events and experiences.
HIC occupants MAY have partnered with Althorp to help create a buzz around the festival for the second year running, with a mix of PR, creative and strategy work to really ramp up the excitement.
With a stellar line-up including world-renowned chefs Ken Hom OBE and Jean-Christophe Novelli (pictured right),
The event is set to be a fun-filled weekend for all the family, with cooking demonstrations, falconry displays, cocktail-making classes, book signings and a dedicated Kids’ Corner.
MAY are based in office 22 on the first floor, and offer a range of marketing services including strategy and category work, branding, PR, social media and websites.
Tickets from £8.50 (under 12s free) are on sale now – please visit spencerofalthorp.com.
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