Vouchers codes and coupons have been around since 1888, when Coca Cola boss Asa Candler devised them as a way of raising awareness of what was then a relatively unprofitable tonic beverage product. Coupons were mailed to potential customers and printed in magazines and newspapers, and retailers were given free syrup to cover the cost
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The law on child car seats is very specific, and designed to offer your child the maximum possible protection. In essence the law considers that children fall into two categories, and particular conditions apply in each case: What is the law on child car seats? Children Under the Age of 3 If travelling in any
Environmental awareness will be taught to your children at various stages of their schooling and it’s something that they may become interested in getting involved with. It is also something that everyone can play a part in, no matter how small and because it is about future generations the role of the family is important.
As a child the summer holidays were a time to relax, have fun and be occupied by your parents. As parents the buck stops with you, and this swathe of unstructured child-time can be daunting. But fear not. There are a whole raft of fun and inexpensive activities to engage your mini-whirlwinds during the holidays
There are so many wonderful family attractions in the UK that it can be difficult to choose among them. Many of them charge an admission fee that is sufficiently substantial for you to want to know you will not be wasting your money, so how to choose? Word of mouth has to be one of
Most of us are very familiar with Tesco’s Clubcard scheme. The red, white and blue giant’s loyalty programme was the first major initiative of its kind in the UK supermarket sector, proving to be a runaway success whilst competitor J Sainsbury dropped the idea, only to have to reinstate it when Tesco’s scheme took off.