Customers are buying personalised celebrity messages as gifts for Father’s Day

If you’re stuck on gifting ideas for Father’s Day on June 20, finding the perfect present might be simpler than you think.

Swedish platform, memmo connects fans and businesses with public figures, celebrities, and influencers via personalised video greetings and has recently launched in the UK.

Using memmo, customers are able to purchase personalised birthday greetings, wedding speeches, well‐wishes, or shout-outs for their loved ones, and the best news? They're taking orders for Father's Day.

From football sensations like John Barnes and Michael Owen to Paul Chuckle and all four band members of the band Blue, this all in one hub could connect your dad with some of his favourite familiar faces.

Now that surely beats an itchy pair of socks or a lukewarm beer.

As the celebrities set their own tariffs, the prices vary and can change over time. However, bookings start from as little as £10 and can go up to £450 in some cases.

Gustav Lundberg Toresson, CEO and co-founder comments: “Expanding memmo to the UK is a huge step on our journey towards creating inspiring meetings between public figures and fans, everywhere in the world."

What's more, Daily Star readers eager to book a special message for their dad on Father's Day can take advantage of an exclusive offer.

You'll get 10% off your order using code: dailystar-memmo-10

The code is valid until June 21, so you'll have to act fast to make the most of this deal. There's thousands of famous faces on the platform to choose from and will certainly make a unique Father's Day gift that he won't forget.

Following the exciting news of the UK launch, the platform is hosting British celebrities ranging from Charlotte Crosby to Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock, to international names such as Sven-Göran Eriksson (former England football manager), Carole Baskin (Tiger King), and Bruce Buffer (UFC announcer).

memmo currently has more than 2,000 celebrities live on its platform with 60,000 greetings created to-date.

Since the outbreak of the pandemic, memmo has seen demand for its fun and lighthearted greetings skyrocket. In April 2020, the number of celebrity sign-ups doubled compared to March, and video orders increased by 300%.

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