Dogrobes to exhibit at BBC Countryfile Live
One of the UK’s leading manufacturers of multi-purpose dog coats will be at Oxfordshire’s BBC Countryfile Live this coming weekend.
Dogrobes will exhibit their products and a specially created ‘Prize Wheel’ - where visitors can win gift vouchers, dog treats and goodie bags - at stand H020. The event starts today (Thursday) and runs until Sunday.
BBC Countryfile Live is a festival held at Blenheim Palace which celebrates the best of the British countryside. In addition to an array of exhibitors there’s a main arena show called ‘The Countryfile Calendar’, presented by John Craven, Adam Henson, Matt Baker, Tom Heap, Ellie Harrison, Anita Rani and Helen Skelton.
“We wanted to create something memorable and interactive for BBC Countryfile Live, so we decided to build our very own ‘Prize Wheel’ to get visitors engaged. Our stand visitors are welcome to spin the wheel and pick up a free prize from our stand,” explains Margaret Reynolds, director of Dogrobes.
Established in 2004 and proudly manufactured in Britain, Dogrobes are practical dog drying coats that are perfect to use after outdoor adventures, swimming, training, bathing and working.
The garments protect surroundings from wet and muddy shake off, helping to keep homes and cars clean. They also keep a dog’s muscles warm and are non-restrictive, allowing pooches to move freely while drying off.
“Simple to fit and more effective than a towel rub, dogs dry quicker in Dogrobes, making tedious towel drying and that unpleasant wet dog smell a thing of the past,” adds Margaret.
“Dogrobes can also be used to cool dogs in hot weather over the summer months. By regularly wetting the exclusive luxurious towelling fabric, owners can make it easier for their dogs to regulate their body temperature.”
Dogrobes come in all dog breed sizes - from Chihuahua to Newfoundland - and are available in three classic colours: red, navy and green. Customers can also choose from Limited Edition pink , grey and purple options.
For further information about Dogrobes visit www.dogrobes.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org