Enterprising Scottish strawberry company, Berry Scrumptious, are backing Andy Murray all the way this week.
Offering a generous five per cent off their strawberries dipped in chocolate every time Andy Murray wins a match, the total discount to date (Thursday 5th July) currently stand at 25 per cent off.
If and when our Scottish tennis star wins the championship, Berry Scrumptious will honour their offer to a grand total of 50 per cent up until midnight on Sunday.
Strawberries are synonymous with Wimbledon and it is no surprise therefore that the ever resourceful Berry Scrumptious have served up their Belgian chocolate-covered strawberries at Wimbledon in previous years.
This year they thought they would join the Murray mania from their family farm in Aberdeenshire by offering all Andy's supporters a winning chance too.
“We are keen Wimbledon fans but it is all the more fantastic to be watching a fellow Scot playing on centre court. We wanted to do something to show our support to Andy Murray so we thought we would match his winnings with a discount on our best-selling Wimbledon product. We’ve had a fantastic response so far.” said Claire Rennie of Berry Scrumptious.
Murray's dreams of winning a first Grand Slam title are closer than ever following a superb performance against David Ferrer yesterday. Scottish tennis hero, Andy Murray is set to play French Jo-Wilfred Tsonga in the semi-final tomorrow with a 50-50 chance of playing Swiss Roger Federer or reigning champion, Novack Djokovic, on Sunday.
Berry Scrumptious specialises in producing fresh chocolate-covered strawberries using soft fruit grown on the family farm in Rosehearty, near Fraserburgh. These are delivered throughout the UK as luxury gifts or served at weddings and events including the BAFTA Film Awards and Wimbledon. The product range has expanded to include chocolate bars with freeze dried raspberries and strawberries which is currently stocked in specialist food stores throughout Scotland.
For more information of Berry Scrumptious, contact Claire Rennie on 01346 571 111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org