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Love is in the air!

LEADING ferry company, Stena Line is getting people in the mood for romance this Valentine’s Day by asking them to play cupid and ‘Be the Matchmaker’ by nominating two Facebook friends they think belong together for the chance to win some great prizes.

The budding Romeo and Juliet could be an existing couple or two people you feel need a push in the love direction! If you want to ‘Be the Matchmaker’ you could win big as not only do the winning couple chosen at random win a romantic meal for two to the value of €175 but by playing cupid the person who nominates them also wins a return ferry sailing for a car and four people.

Diane Poole OBE, Stena Line’s Head of PR and Communications said:  “We have hearts in our eyes at Stena Line this Valentine’s Day and we plan to draw back our cupids bow and send a love arrow to one unsuspecting couple.

“We all know two people totally besotted with each other, who belong together and deserve a lovely surprise this Valentine’s Day but we also want to give a gentle push to a love that is just beginning to blossom to help them make a love connection.

“To nominate two people all you have to do is go to Stena Line’s Facebook page and click on the ‘Be The Matchmaker’ app to nominate your couple,” said Diane.

Diane continued:  “People can suggest their perfect pairings now but be quick as nominations close at the stroke of midnight on February 13.  The love-struck couple will receive their good news on Valentine’s Day making it a day to really remember.  And don’t forget – if you nominate the successful duo you also win.”

Check out Stena Line’s website , call them direct on 01 204 77 77 or visit your local travel agent or Stena Line office.


MEDIA ENQUIRIES: For further information, please contact Fiona Brown of Duffy Rafferty Communications on 048 9073 0880


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Stena Line operates the biggest fleet and the widest choice of routes between Ireland and Britain with an extensive route network including Belfast to Cairnryan, Belfast to Liverpool, Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead, Dublin Port to Holyhead and Rosslare to Fishguard.

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