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CointreauGratitude

In response to COVID-19 and its impact on the hospitality industry, we have launched #CointreauGratitude, a fundraising initiative with The Drinks Trust UK to support those in need within our industry. Get involved and show your gratitude to help reach our £50,000 target

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The UK-wide fundraising campaign invites users to take part by virtually passing an orange on to friends, tagging their favourite bar as a thank you to them. To support the fundraising initiative, Cointreau have donated £30,000 to The Drinks Trust UK to help those in need now.

Help Cointreau raise awareness and a further £20,000 for the charity by showing your #cointreaugratitude on instagram. Cointreau will donate £1 for every post or story shared, as well as matching all voluntary donations made by users themselves to the JustGiving Cointreau Gratitude page

To take part simply share a story or post of yourself passing the virtual orange on to the friend you would like to share a drink with soon, mention your favourite bar and be sure to tag both @Cointreau and #CointreauGratitude to ensure your donation is made by Cointreau to The Drinks Trust. 

The orange tree, symbolic to Cointreau and very much part of our DNA, is seen as a token of generosity, strength, stability, wisdom and longevity, all of which are critical to support one another in the current circumstances, making the orange a natural choice as the symbol for this initiative.

The Drinks Trust

The Drinks Trust

The Drinks Trust is the community organisation for the drinks industry, offering support and services to help its community thrive, to upskill, to broaden their knowledge, to network and learn from one another. It will also be there to support them in challenging times, with wellbeing and financial assistance.

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COINTREAU GRATITUDE DONATION TERMS

 

1    WHO WE ARE AND WHAT THESE TERMS DO
1.1    We are Remy Cointreau UK Distribution Limited. We are registered in England and Wales under company number 08129324 and have our registered office at Mazars Llp The Pinnacle, 160 Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK9 1FF.
1.2    To contact us, please use see our customer support tool at https://www.cointreau.com/uk/en/contact-us.
1.3    These terms apply to our donation matching campaign for The Drinks Trust, and set out how you can have your donation to the Drinks Trust matched by us.


2    HOW TO HAVE YOUR DONATION MATCHED
2.1    The opening date for the campaign is 09:00 on 8 May 2020 and continues until 17:00 on 3rd of July 2020 or (if earlier) until we have donated a further £20,000 in addition to our initial £30,000 donation. Donations made after the campaign has closed will not be matched by us and posts made after the campaign has closed will not trigger a donation.
2.2    To have us match your donation just donate through our JustGiving page at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/cointreau 
2.3    We’ll also make a £1 donation to the Drinks Trust if you tag us in an Instagram post or story using “@cointreau” using the hashtag #cointreaugratitude on your Instagram public profile
2.4    You are encouraged to post about your donation and tag others in your post, but this isn’t required for us to match your donation.
2.5    We reserve the right to not make a donation where we deem your story or post to be inappropriate or in breach of these terms and conditions. Your post or story must not:
2.5.1    be misleading or fraudulent;
2.5.2    include reference, or allude to children, toys, or anything associated with childhood or children;
2.5.3    include, reference or allude to tobacco, drugs, sex, or violence;
2.5.4    encourage or allude to excessive drinking or other socially irresponsible activity; or
2.5.5    be offensive, illegal, explicit, disparaging, deceptive or discriminatory, or infringe any third party’s rights.
2.6    If you tag or mention an individual or user in your post, you are responsible for respecting their privacy. We are not responsible for the content of your posts.
2.7    We accept no responsibility for donations which are not successfully made due to a technical fault, technical malfunction, platform unavailability, computer hardware or software failure, satellite, network or server failure of any kind.
2.8    You agree to comply with Instagram’s Terms and Conditions in relation to your post. You acknowledge that this campaign is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Instagram and you acknowledge that Instagram will not have any liability in relation to this campaign.
2.9    Our decision in relation to any issue of whether to make a donation is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Our social media agency will be responsible for counting the number of Instagram posts tagging us and using the hashtag,

2.10 We will also make £65 donation to the Drinks Trust for every purchase of a calamondin tree from The Floral Editor website shop.  Deliveries available to London postcodes only.  Orders must be placed before 17.00 Friday 3rd July.


3    LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
3.1    Insofar as is permitted by law, we and our agents and distributors will not in any circumstances be responsible or liable to compensate you or accept any liability for any loss, damage, personal injury or death occurring as a result of your participation in the campaign.
3.2    Nothing in these terms limits our liability for any death or personal injury caused by our negligence or that of our agents or distributors or that of their employees. Your statutory rights are not affected.


4    DATA PROTECTION 
4.1    We will only process your personal information as set out in our privacy policy (available at https://www.cointreau.com/uk/en/privacy-policy).


5    GENERAL
5.1    We reserves the right to hold void, suspend, cancel, or amend the campaign where it becomes necessary to do so. 
5.2    These terms and conditions shall be governed by English law, and the parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.