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The winner of Lakeside’s #ThinkBigShopSmall pop-up in centre

THIS week, shoppers at Lakeside we be able to meet the winner of the Think Big, Shop Small competition, Maxine English.

In early January, Lakeside launched a competition on their social media channels, giving a small, local and independent brand or business the opportunity to market their product inside the leading shopping destination as a pop-up shop.

After many applications and a series of pitches held at the centre, the winner of the #ThinkBigShopSmall campaign was named as Maxine English, a multi award-winner with 13 awards under her belt for public speaking, broadcasting, humanitarian, domestic abuse advocate, author, woman of courage, beautiful Survivor and a domestic abuse educator. Being a published author, she has an incredible story to share with the world to help people through their adversities of life and domestic abuse.

Customers will be able to meet Maxine at her pop-up located outside iSmash on Level 1 where she will be happy to talk to you and she will be doing a book signing so you pick up a copy of her book on Amazon or when you come to see her. The book is called ‘Broken, Abused and Left For Dead’. Maxine will be at the centre all day from 25th to 27th March, and again in late April.

“I am thrilled to be the winner of Lakeside’s initiative” says Maxine. She adds: “Having the opportunity to put my book on shelves in one of the UK’s biggest shopping centres is fantastic, and it gives me a platform to communicate with anyone who may be able to relate to me and my experiences.”

Writing about her personal history of domestic abuse, bullying, death of family members and the troubles that she has faced as a consequence of those events, Maxine’s primary goal is to tell her story in the hope that it will help other people who face the same or a similar situation.

Ahead of the pop-up, Centre Director at Lakeside Shopping Centre, Howard Oldstein, said: “#ThinkBigShopSmall is a concept that we’re really excited about. It will be brilliant to welcome Maxine to the centre in March, and we hope to be able to recreate this concept again to give other businesses a voice here at Lakeside.”

For more information on the shopping centre, visit www.lakeside-shopping.com.

The winner of Lakeside’s #ThinkBigShopSmall pop-up in centre

This week, shoppers at Lakeside we be able to meet the winner of the Think Big, Shop Small competition, Maxine English.

In early January, Lakeside launched a competition on their social media channels, giving a small, local and independent brand or business the opportunity to market their product inside the leading shopping destination as a pop-up shop.

After many applications and a series of pitches held at the centre, the winner of the #ThinkBigShopSmall campaign was named as Maxine English, a multi award-winner with 13 awards under her belt for public speaking, broadcasting, humanitarian, domestic abuse advocate, author, woman of courage, beautiful Survivor and a domestic abuse educator. Being a published author, she has an incredible story to share with the world to help people through their adversities of life and domestic abuse.

Customers will be able to meet Maxine at her pop-up located outside iSmash on Level 1  where she will be happy to talk to you and she will be doing a book signing so you pick up a copy of her book on Amazon or when you come to see her. The book is called ‘Broken, Abused and Left For Dead’. Maxine will be at the centre all day from 25th to 27th March, and again in late April. 

“I am thrilled to be the winner of Lakeside’s initiative” says Maxine. She adds: “Having the opportunity to put my book on shelves in one of the UK’s biggest shopping centres is fantastic, and it gives me a platform to communicate with anyone who may be able to relate to me and my experiences.”

Writing about her personal history of domestic abuse, bullying, death of family members and the troubles that she has faced as a consequence of those events, Maxine’s primary goal is to tell her story in the hope that it will help other people who face the same or a similar situation.

Ahead of the pop-up, Centre Director at Lakeside Shopping Centre, Howard Oldstein, said: “#ThinkBigShopSmall is a concept that we’re really excited about. It will be brilliant to welcome Maxine to the centre in March, and we hope to be able to recreate this concept again to give other businesses a voice here at Lakeside.”

For more information on the shopping centre, visit www.lakeside-shopping.com.

This week, shoppers at Lakeside we be able to meet the winner of the Think Big, Shop Small competition, Maxine English.

In early January, Lakeside launched a competition on their social media channels, giving a small, local and independent brand or business the opportunity to market their product inside the leading shopping destination as a pop-up shop.

After many applications and a series of pitches held at the centre, the winner of the #ThinkBigShopSmall campaign was named as Maxine English, a multi award-winner with 13 awards under her belt for public speaking, broadcasting, humanitarian, domestic abuse advocate, author, woman of courage, beautiful Survivor and a domestic abuse educator. Being a published author, she has an incredible story to share with the world to help people through their adversities of life and domestic abuse.

Customers will be able to meet Maxine at her pop-up located outside iSmash on Level 1 where she will be happy to talk to you and she will be doing a book signing so you pick up a copy of her book on Amazon or when you come to see her. The book is called ‘Broken, Abused and Left For Dead’. Maxine will be at the centre all day from 25th to 27th March, and again in late April.

“I am thrilled to be the winner of Lakeside’s initiative” says Maxine. She adds: “Having the opportunity to put my book on shelves in one of the UK’s biggest shopping centres is fantastic, and it gives me a platform to communicate with anyone who may be able to relate to me and my experiences.”

Writing about her personal history of domestic abuse, bullying, death of family members and the troubles that she has faced as a consequence of those events, Maxine’s primary goal is to tell her story in the hope that it will help other people who face the same or a similar situation.

Ahead of the pop-up, Centre Director at Lakeside Shopping Centre, Howard Oldstein, said: “#ThinkBigShopSmall is a concept that we’re really excited about. It will be brilliant to welcome Maxine to the centre in March, and we hope to be able to recreate this concept again to give other businesses a voice here at Lakeside.”

For more information on the shopping centre, visit www.lakeside-shopping.com.

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