Vote for Cadbury Christmas to Visit Your Town


Cadbury has revealed details of their 2016 ‘Cadvent Convoy’, which will see Cadbury Christmas trucks packed with festive surprises and events visit one Roscommon town next month.

Each day throughout December, the Cadvent Convoy trucks will arrive at a different location and this year, the Irish public can cast their votes on where the trucks should stop – be it your own hometown, or that of a loved one.

Voting is open until November 28th and all you have to do is simply visit and choose from three locations in Roscommon – Boyle, Castlerea and Ballaghaderren.

Once voting has closed, the full Cadvent Convoy route will be revealed at a launch event in Dublin, on December 1st.

At each stop along the Cadvent Convoy route, the trucks will throw open their doors to reveal magical Christmas scenes, with a host of festive entertainment for the whole family. From enjoying your favourite Cadbury treats and a magical Cadbury Grotto, to festive performances from choirs and music acts, the Cadvent Convoy will be spreading festive cheer and helping the nation count down to Christmas.

Speaking about the Cadvent Convoy, Tricia Burke, senior brand manager with Cadbury, said:

“Christmas is, without doubt, our favourite time of the year at Cadbury. The Cadvent countdown allows us to bring the excitement and anticipation of Christmas to life, using one of our most iconic Christmas products, the advent calendar – all while creating magical moments across the nation each day, for everyone in the family.

“Our tour of the country last December was a great success, but this year, we wanted to really get the public involved from the very beginning, by giving them a chance to vote for the towns they want us to visit in 2016. We have shortlisted a number of towns across all counties, so all people have to do is log on, select their county, vote for town of choice, and we’ll bring the Joy.”

You can follow all the Cadvent Convoy action throughout December, via Cadbury’s Facebook and Twitter pages.