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Stax gives retailers 'MORE' with huge £500,000 giveaway at Spring Fair!

This year Stax, the UK's largest non-food wholesaler has stated that they are simply giving retailers MORE. A claim that they're backing up in a big way by giving away a huge half a million pounds in vouchers whilst exhibiting at Spring Fair in February.

The vouchers can be redeemed through their delivered service online or in any of their six nationwide branches. Visitors are encouraged to visit Stax's stand to claim their share of the £500,000 giveaway which can be spent at Stax, on over 40,000 products from over 1,000 leading brands at the lowest trade prices. The giveaway will be spread throughout the five days with up to £100,000 given away each day, which means visitors will have to head to Stax's stand early to grab this unmissable offer.

Stax enjoyed an incredibly successful first year exhibiting at Spring Fair and are returning for a second time with a striking new stand and the promise of an "exciting announcement" on Monday 5th February that is "not to be missed".

Visitors to Stax's stand will also be able to talk to representatives about the many support services on offer for customers, such as the Stax's online store for retailers, award-winning marketing support and rebate programme, which offers a generous £1.5 million in rebates to customers each year.

Joint MD of Stax Trade Centres, David Hibbert commented: "MORE of what you need, MORE of what you want and MORE of some things you didn't even know you could have! Stax is much more than just a wholesaler, we're a partner for your business."

"With the addition of the DIY and Home Improvement Hall at Spring Fair in 2017, we were keen to fly the Stax flag right from the outset. It was a great first year, which is why we're so keen to return! Between the massive £500,000 giveaway and our special announcement, we're really hoping to make a big splash and get visitors excited. The stand is looking great so far, it will certainly be one that visitors won't want to miss!" 

Spring Fair will be the pinnacle of what has already been a busy and exciting 12 months for Stax, who signed a number of high profile distribution deals with brands including Flymo, McCulloch, Wilkinson Sword, WOLF-Garten, Town & Country and Paroh's Kent Collection. They were also named as a finalist in 'Britain's Best Wholesaler Award' at the Housewares Innovation Awards during last year's Spring Fair and are again finalists in 2018 with winners to be announced at the dinner on Monday evening. The Stax buying team were also honoured at Glee 2017 when they were awarded 'Best DIY/Builder Merchant Buying Team', a hotly contested category with competition from the likes of B&Q, Homebase and Wickes. 

If you're attending the show, you can visit Stax's stand, which will be located in the DIY and Home Improvement Halls 10-12 on stand number 10C30.

Click here to find out more about: Stax Trade Centres


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