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Stax £1.5M Retailer Loyalty Programme Opens for 2018

The Stax Trade Centres Retailer Loyalty Rewards scheme - the incentive that paid out over £1.5million to over 1,500 registered retailers last year - has opened registrations again for 2018.

Loyal customers are rewarded with up to 3% rewards giving them a chance to earn back a significant loyalty payment at the end of the year on eligible purchases once they reach a qualifying spend level.

All purchases, both ex-warehouse and direct deliveries will count towards the qualifying spend level, with rebate then paid on the total amount of ex-warehouse purchases, however to qualify a customer's spend must be within 10% of their previous year's total.

Stax Joint MD David Hibbert commented,
"The Retailer Loyalty Rewards scheme is our way of rewarding those customers who have consistently supported us throughout the year. Independent retailers are the cornerstone of our business and we want to do everything we can to ensure we support them so that we can all continue to move both our businesses forward over the next 12 months."
"Last year was a record year for the amount paid back to retailers, this is a sign of both the buoyancy of our sector and the savviness of the retailers who can keep track of their rewards level from their dashboard on the Stax website."

Stax customers who wish to join the 2018 Retailer Loyalty Rewards scheme have until Friday 30th of March 2018 to register and may do so by registering online, picking up a leaflet in branch or via their dedicated Stax sales representative.

To register online visit www.staxtradecentres.co.uk/rebate

Click here to find out more about: Stax Trade Centres


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