More Grays Loyalty Card success
Date posted: 02-08-2012
BUSINESSES in Grays are reaping the benefits of participating in the Grays Loyalty Card scheme, with positive feedback being reported from the businesses taking part.
Nikki Kaur, Franchisee of the Specsavers branch in Grays, and a co-sponsor of the Grays Loyalty Card is delighted with the feedback so far: “As one of the distribution points for the Grays Loyalty Card, we have people coming in every day specifically asking for a card, and are seeing new customers because of it.”
Leigh Blyth, Store Manager of the Choice branch in Grays is very pleased with the response: “Since joining the scheme just over a month ago we have had several presentations of the loyalty card and our customers are really benefitting from it.”
The latest business to sign up is Grays Blinds and is offering a 20 per cent discount on vertical, roller and venetian blinds.
Established for 37 years, Grays Blinds, based in Bridge Road, is a local blind manufacturing company. They make a variety of blinds, as well as awnings, pleated roof blinds and wood venetians, and are members of the Registry of Master Blind and Curtain Makers and Guild of Master Craftsmen.
They offer a free estimate service in your own home or office, with free fitting and a choice of materials including contract grade and flame retardant fabrics.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to attract more customers to your business. The loyalty scheme is free to join and it’s simple for you to sign up. For more information please email email@example.com or call 01375 652271.
You can pick up your loyalty card from locations all over the borough, including all libraries, The Beehive Centre (Grays), the Thameside Theatre, Specsavers (Grays branch) and Supercuts (Grays branch). Pick up your card today and start saving straight away.
For a complete list of discounts available with the Grays Loyalty Card please visit www.my-loyalty-card.com/grays or if you do not have access to the internet, look out for the Grays Loyalty Card stickers in the windows and doors of participating businesses.