Mercury Take 100 Princes and Princesses to the Ball at Cineworld Cinderella Premier

13th April 2015

There were no glass coaches, but plenty of Mercury Taxis as the family firm invited children from all over Sheffield to the city premier of the new smash hit movie Cinderella.

The event was and organised by Claire Thompson, marketing manager at Mercury Taxis in conjunction with Cineworld Sheffield. Children went on the Mercury website to say which Disney character most reminded them of their mum as the premiere was held on Mother's Day. Claire added, -We can't thank our friends at Cineworld enough for their support. Their team help us create some fantastic competitions for our customers. They understand we are a family firm at heart and events like this which bring families together and what we are all about. Look out for our next fabulous premiere to see the Avengers- details are already on our Facebook page! Mercury Taxis are on 0114 266 2662 www.mercurytaxis.com

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