Secret Hamper and Access All Rooms enter Virgin Media’s VOOM competition
Virgin Media has launched a competition called ‘Voom’, whereby businesses are in for a chance of winning a share of £1 million worth of prizes and consultation at 10 Downing Street. Two of Voice’s clients have decided to take this opportunity and get the votes in!
Access All Rooms, a hotel booking website designed specifically for the disabled has entered the competition. James Price set up Access All Rooms after he was left two-thirds paralysed from a diving accident in 1999. The website lists all the information needed by disabled travellers for them to decide whether the accommodation is suitable for them or not. To vote for Access All Rooms, please follow this link – http://bit.ly/1rUcRq0
Secret Hamper, a start-up business founded by Nigel Richardson and Paul Barmby will offer hampers that are made up of necessary day-to-day essentials. They noticed a gap in the market for a hamper that can be sent anonymously to someone in need, whether it’s an elderly neighbour, uni student or a friend in need. Rather than providing luxury items that will sit in the back of a cupboard and collect dust, they offer products that will really be of use for the recipient.
To vote for Secret Hamper, please follow this link – http://bit.ly/27aqrWh