Katy Perry shows a whole new world of taste experiences in the latest “Said Some Home Delivery” ad. And the good news is that fans have a chance to get their hands on one of the unique California Girl outfits in the video. Fashionistas, fans and foodies can take part in a special online raffle until August 1st. All proceeds go to World Central Kitchen, a charity that provides meals to people affected by humanitarian, climate and social crises.
From a salad bra and disco dress to a cheese-inspired outfit, there are a total of six pieces available in Katy Perry’s distinctive colorful style. Many of the items are designed by one of Katie’s favorite costume designers, Heather Picchiottino. The playful outfits come with a certificate of authenticity signed by Katy herself, confirming that the outfits were worn by the pop star. Fans can choose from the following garments:
• Daisy Chain Dress
• Candy Candy Sleep Set
• Ice Box Parka
• Baby Gem Bassiere
• Fromage Frock
• Roller Disco Wrap
World Central cuisine
Thuisbezorgd.nl donates all proceeds from the lottery to World Central Kitchen. The charity is at the forefront of alleviating hunger and has already distributed more than 70 million fresh meals to people affected by natural disasters and other crises. Not only are they working to build local food systems, but they are also improving food and nutrition security by training chefs, introducing clean cooking methods and supporting small food businesses. People who want to donate to World Central Kitchen outside the lottery can go here.
Katy Perry talks about the collaboration: “Not only did we make a fantastic video and a catchy song, but Thuisbezorgd.nl also distributed some outfits from the set, whose profits all go to World Central Kitchen. So a lucky couple can actually experience the scenarios from the video and eat a sandwich in the bath! ”
Thomas van den Hof, Marketing Lead at Thuisbezorgd.nl says: “It was a lot of fun working with Katy on our new ‘Say d’r someone Thuisbezorgd’ campaign. As part of the partnership, we are now ready to make a few people happy with a very special delivery. The best part is that all the money raised goes to World Central Kitchen, an organization that we support because of their mission and amazing work. ”
José Andrés, founder of World Central Kitchen, added: “We are very grateful to Thuisbezorgd.nl and Katy for choosing to support us and join our mission to fight hunger. In part thanks to this support, we can continue to provide meals to those who need it most. ”
Fans can buy an unlimited number of tickets, which means they have an unlimited chance of winning one of the iconic outfits. The lucky winners will be notified of their special delivery via email on August 15th. You can participate from now until 1 August 2022. More information can be found here.
The new TV commercial from Thuisbezorgd.nl gives an insight into Katie’s world and shows her special outfits and fashion sense. Now fans can have a piece of it delivered to their home. The entire ad can be seen here.
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About Thuisbezorgd.nl / Just Eat Takeaway.com NV
Just Eat Takeaway.com (LSE: JET, AMS: TKWY, NASDAQ: GRUB) is a leading global online food delivery market outside of China.
Headquartered in Amsterdam, the company focuses on connecting consumers and restaurants with their platform. With more than 580,000 member restaurants, Just Eat Takeaway.com offers customers a wide variety of food. Just Eat Takeaway.com works primarily with delivery restaurants. In addition, it offers its own delivery services to restaurants that do not deliver themselves.
The company has quickly grown to become one of the largest food ordering sites in the world. It operates in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Canada, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain and Switzerland and through collaborations in Colombia and Brazil.
About World Central Kitchen
World Central Kitchen was founded in 2010 by chef José Andrés. The organization is at the forefront of fighting hunger and has already distributed more than 70 million fresh meals to people affected by humanitarian, climate and social crises around the world. In addition to building local food systems, World Central Kitchen improves food and nutrition security by training chefs, introducing clean cooking methods and supporting small food businesses. In addition, World Central Kitchen offers educational and networking opportunities.
Learn more at wck.org or watch the new documentary ‘We Feed People’ at Disney Plus.
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