A butcher’s prowess at making sausages has won her a spot on a national advertising campaign.
Sue Eddy, 46, who lives in Penzance and works as a butcher at the Morrisons store in the town, is one of the stars of the supermarket’s latest TV drive.
The new campaign is about showcasing the talent of the supermarket’s staff through a series of mini-adverts that air at the start and end of each ad break during the ITV show Britain’s Got Talent.
In the mini-advert, Sue is challenged to make as many sausages as she can against the clock.
She said: “I love making my customers happy and the ad was a great opportunity to showcase what I do every day.
“It’s also nice to prove that not all butchers are men! The making of the ad was so much fun, something out of the ordinary.
“It was great to be chosen to star in a sponsorship campaign which shows off the great work that goes on in our store.”
Jennifer England, head of advertising and consumer PR at Morrisons, said: “It’s a great opportunity to showcase some of our superstar colleagues and feature their talents.”