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Robbie Williams suffers a shoe lace failure

June 7, 2017

Robbie Williams suffers lace failure!

 

As a relative newcomer to Blogs I'm making an assumption which is there are no particular rules to abide by.  Not all blogs need to be informative do they? Not all blogs have to be written with SEO in mind do they?  Well of course I don't know the answers but we at Laceeze are in need of some help please so today's blog is an appeal albeit slightly tongue in cheek..

 

My colleague and I were lucky enough to see Robbie Williams in concert last night at St Mary's Stadium in Southampton.  He was, as ever, totally awesome, totally in tune with his audience, defiance pouring from his heart in wake of the last couple of weeks atrocities in Manchester and London.  It was an absolute honour to have shared last night with this man.

 

Shortly after the concert commenced and Robbie had been commanding the stage with his usual exuberance, he had to stop and tie his laces.  Emma and I both looked at each other and said 'he needs Laceeze!!'  Where on earth do you begin trying to get a pair of Laceeze sent to Robbie Williams??

 

Straight on to Twitter and Facebook but do we hold out any hope there, not really.  We may get some likes, a couple of shares, some smiley faces, maybe a Retweet?  

 

So we need some help please.  Ideally we would like to obtain footage of the moment Robbie tied his laces on stage so we can use it in some promotional stuff.  Ultimately though, we would genuinely love to send him some of our product to use.

 

Is there anybody out there who can put a smile on our faces today?

 

Normal blog service will be resumed tomorrow but if it hadn't been for yesterday then today's blog would have been so different.  Seizing an opportunity is so important, especially in the current climate...

 

 

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