FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Shaken Udder milkshake, based in Tolleshunt Major, is offering a tasty milkshake reward for the safe return of its vintage trike.
Its branded bike was stolen from the public entrance at the Essex Young Farmers Show on Sunday 22nd May, after a day spent handing out free milkshakes to the thirsty crowds.
The trike has a black frame with a detachable blue, Shaken Udder branded cooler box and black logo wheel covers. Andy Howie, co-founder of Shaken Udder is asking for any help and the safe return of the bike. “Our faithful trike has little monetary value, but has been a part of the Shaken Udder team for years. Nicknamed Buttercup, we rescued her from the scrap heap, and lovingly restored her. We’re really disappointed that anyone would take her from an event like this, and we’re really hoping that we can get some information that will lead to her safe return.”
So far several sightings of the bike have been made. Descriptions of a young lady with dark hair and a red top along with a young man wearing blue jeans and a blue top were seen pushing the trike up and down the hill at the Chelmsford showground.
Please contact the Shaken Udder team if you could help them locate their beloved trike email: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: 01621 868710 or via contact Facebook and Twitter
Pictures: The Shaken Udder team, handing out milkshakes at the Essex Young Framers Show, Chelmsford
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