A recruitment drive

Candice: Faithful blog reader, we really appreciate those of you who are following our every word and have been for the past year.

However, as Phil has said, we’ve had 100 posts but we’d like to break the 100 viewers.  We’ve done it once or twice but at the moment our viewing figures look more like the cross training option on the running machine at the gym, up and down.

So, our faithful followers, can you help by sharing our blog on twitter, facebook, linked in and anywhere else you are connected to.  We’d really appreciate the help in getting the word out there.

Come on, you like it, so someone else might too.

And, if you can help with the numbers, we might just buy you a cake if we were to ever meet.  Now that’s an offer you can’t refuse!

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4 responses to “A recruitment drive

  1. Depends on the type and size of said cake and wether a pint of Adnams Broadside was sitting beside it. Already shared on Farcebook and on Survive France Network.

  2. Depends on the type and size of said cake and whether a pint of Adnams Broadside was cosily snuggled up beside it. Already shared on Farcebook and on Survive France Network.

  3. Neil – so keen you post twice ? You only get a since pint, and I’m not sure about the Adnams. Broadside is OK but I can’t help remembering a trip to Southwold and the smell of the brewery.

  4. Real keen, me.If only you could bottle that smell and market it as a “men’s fragrance” maybe by Diesel and call it Old Hops? The tv ad would have a broody, half shaved man with a 1pack leaning over the rail of a small fishing boat with a French voice over, shot in black and white of course.

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