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Christmas Delivery Promise or It's Free, from Blinds 2go(TM)

Blinds 2go(TM), the online retailer of made to measure blinds and curtains is giving all their customers an early Christmas present, they are making the promise that if they don't deliver in time for Christmas the order will be free!

NOTTINGHAM, England, Nov. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Blinds 2go(TM), the online retailer of made to measure blinds and curtains is giving all their customers an early Christmas present, they are making the promise that if they don't deliver in time for Christmas the order will be free!

Making the home look wonderful at Christmas time is top of so many people's wish lists and the fabulous range of blinds and curtains at Blinds 2go(TM) will help the dream come true. At this extraordinarily busy time of year having one less thing to worry about is such good news; the Christmas promise is a priceless gift that's definitely worth having!

Customers need to place their order by Monday 10th December 2012 to qualify for the 'Christmas Delivery Promise'. Blinds 2go(TM) will do their absolute hardest to make dreams come true for Christmas; they really don't want to end up on Santa's naughty list!

For free fabric samples and to order visit www.blinds-2go.co.uk or call freephone 0800 862 0464.

For further press information contact Laura Polito on 07917 786280 or email [email protected] or visit www.blinds-2go.co.uk.

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