The skies are dark, the air is chilly and Christmas is stampeding our way. That means a busy time for local families and businesses. Gifts to be bought, larders to be stocked, cards to be sent, Christmas parties to be had, even the odd bit of last-minute DIY to be done.
It’s a busy time for Emo too. “The run-up to Christmas is always fairly hectic for us,” says Lorraine Morrin of Emo’s Domestic Sales team, “Having a warm home is so central to the feeling of Christmas, whether for lazy days on the couch or cosy gatherings with family and friends. So, we recommend customers to order their home heating oil at their earliest convenience. You’d be surprised at how many people call us at the last minute.”
“Irish to spend up to €1.5bn this Christmas”
So, time is of the essence. But so is value for money. The Deloitte Christmas Spending Survey predicts that the nation will spend up to €1.5 billion on food, drink and presents this Christmas – more than any other European country. But Irish consumers still demand value for money, and Emo are aware of this. “We put a lot of thought and investment into finding new ways to provide good value. It’s how we keep our customers loyal. That means providing top quality product at a good price, delivered by drivers who work with skill, care and friendliness.”
New Year, new developments
“We are also looking forward to bringing in a whole range of improvements in 2014, to give people even more value for money. These include rolling out technological advances that allow customers to choose their delivery date and keep track of their usage online; and also measuring technology to guarantee an exact fill every time.”
Clearly, when it comes to getting winter-ready, you can depend on Emo. And to make sure you get even more value, don’t miss the special offers on Emo’s mailing list - sign up at emo.ie.
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