US: Diageo offers engraving service for JW Blue Label
The holiday promotion extends to both the 75cl and 1.75-litre bottles, and is available in 20 states in the US. A choice of languages is also offered, including English, Spanish, Chinese and Korean.
"The engraving programme allows consumers to customise bottles of this rare whisky to create a special gift or collectible item for friends and family," said Bill Topf, Johnnie Walker marketing vice president at Diageo North America. "Engraving adds an elegant personal touch to a bottle of Blue Label and we are pleased to make this successful service available coast-to-coast through the holiday season."
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