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Product News Artis Kick Starts the Festive Season with Gold Banded Vintage Glassware


In a timely move for Christmas, leading distributor of glass, table and barware, Artis, has augmented its range of vintage glassware, making selected styles available with a festive gold band at the rim.


GOLD BANDED GLASSWARE Vintage style glassware for cocktails and sparkling wine is set to be the sensation of the Christmas period and Artis is adding to the festive fun with the introduction of gold banded rims on some of its best-selling cocktail collections.


‘Speakeasy’ and the recently launched ‘1924’ collections of vintage glassware have already become firm favourites amongst customers for their retro styling and vintage chic. Artis is now making four of the lines available with festive gold banding at the rim. They are set to really become a talking point in bars this Christmas.


Banded options are available on the gin goblet and coupe from both the Speakeasy range and the 1924 collection. List prices vary from £4.90 for the gold banded Speakeasy coupe to £5.50 for the 1924 gold banded gin goblet.


This extension to the collections is launched, along with many other new


products and promoted lines, in the Artis 2018 Autumn brochure. For your own personal copy and/or the complete 2018 Artis catalogue call: 020 8391 5544 or go online at:


www.artis-uk.com Registration Now Open for World’s Biggest Pub Quiz 2019


The World’s Biggest Pub Quiz is back for 2019 and set to be bigger and better than ever. Organisers PubAid are encouraging even more pubs and their customers to take part and raise money for charities, including official charity partner Prostate Cancer UK.


Next year’s event will be the fourth quiz and will follow the successful format of previous events. Pubs wanting to run the quiz will receive a free fundraising pack containing all they need to run a successful event and to encourage customers to take part. Pubs can join the 150 pubs who have already registered their interest by signing up on the World’s Biggest Pub Quiz website.


Co-Founder of PubAid, Des O’Flanagan, said: “The World’s Biggest Pub Quiz has


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become a popular fixture for many pubs and their customers and we’re delighted to see many licensees signing up to run it again, as well as new pubs coming on board for 2019.


“We’re delighted with how the quiz has grown over the years, with 1,500 pubs taking part earlier this year, raising £190,000 for charities. We’re grateful to our charity partner Prostate Cancer UK who have made the event both easy to run for licensees and great fun for participants.


“We’re also grateful to all the pubs, brewers and pub groups who supported this year’s quiz and we are confident even more will take part in 2019. It would be great to see more than 2,000 pubs run the quiz and


raise more than £250,000 for charity.”


He added, “The quiz has become a tremendous showcase event for pub fundraising overall. Pubs raise an amazing £100 million for charity every year, and we’re pleased to see that message now getting through to consumers, MPs and others, helping to shape positive perceptions of the great British pub.”


The World’s Biggest Pub Quiz is scheduled for 3-7 March 2019, but the organisers stress that this window is a guideline, not a requirement. Pubs who want to take part but can’t run the quiz during that week are welcome to run it at any other time in 2019. Pubs are encouraged to support PubAid’s charity partner Prostate Cancer UK, but can choose to raise funds for another charity should they wish to.


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