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Until the end of the year, stockists can collect different rewards for an initial sign-up of £400, with the opportunity to spend up to a maximum of £6000, and claim up to £600 worth of Love2Shop vouchers. New additions include the Avit Cable Cutter (RRP £12.59), the new C.K Premium Plasterboard Saw (RRP £14.99) and the new Mini Hacksaw (RRP £10.79). New limited availability offers include the C.K 18" Quick Clamp (RRP £19.99) and the 5W Rechargeable Site Lamp (RRP £24.99).

The promotion also offers retailers a free product when purchasing particular items. They can choose from six added value items including the C.K Magma Open Tote with the robust Sabretooth Trade Saw (RRP £38.99) and C.K Sabretooth Trade Twinpack with free plasterboard saw (RRP £16.99). Merchandising solutions are also available. The offers and a brochure feature on a new microsite at www.ckpromo.co.uk

With over 120 everyday products at discounted prices, retailers can receive up to 65 per cent off list prices on certain items across C.K tools, C.K Magma, Kasp and Avit ranges. The reward scheme has also been improved for 2016.

Until the end of the year, stockists can collect different rewards for an initial sign-up of £400, with the opportunity to spend up to a maximum of £6000, and claim up to £600 worth of Love2Shop vouchers. New additions include the Avit Cable Cutter (RRP £12.59), the new C.K Premium Plasterboard Saw (RRP £14.99) and the new Mini Hacksaw (RRP £10.79). New limited availability offers include the C.K 18" Quick Clamp (RRP £19.99) and the 5W Rechargeable Site Lamp (RRP £24.99).

The promotion also offers retailers a free product when purchasing particular items. They can choose from six added value items including the C.K Magma Open Tote with the robust Sabretooth Trade Saw (RRP £38.99) and C.K Sabretooth Trade Twinpack with free plasterboard saw (RRP £16.99). Merchandising solutions are also available. The offers and a brochure feature on a new microsite at www.ckpromo.co.uk. - See more at: http://www.diyweek.net/carl-kammerling-international-launches-winter-wonderland-promotion#sthash.lGBTuAn4.dpuf
over 120 everyday products at discounted prices, retailers can receive up to 65 per cent off list prices on certain items across C.K tools, C.K Magma, Kasp and Avit ranges. The reward scheme has also been improved for 2016.

Until the end of the year, stockists can collect different rewards for an initial sign-up of £400, with the opportunity to spend up to a maximum of £6000, and claim up to £600 worth of Love2Shop vouchers. New additions include the Avit Cable Cutter (RRP £12.59), the new C.K Premium Plasterboard Saw (RRP £14.99) and the new Mini Hacksaw (RRP £10.79). New limited availability offers include the C.K 18" Quick Clamp (RRP £19.99) and the 5W Rechargeable Site Lamp (RRP £24.99).

The promotion also offers retailers a free product when purchasing particular items. They can choose from six added value items including the C.K Magma Open Tote with the robust Sabretooth Trade Saw (RRP £38.99) and C.K Sabretooth Trade Twinpack with free plasterboard saw (RRP £16.99). Merchandising solutions are also available. The offers and a brochure feature on a new microsite at www.ckpromo.co.uk. - See more at: http://www.diyweek.net/carl-kammerling-international-launches-winter-wonderland-promotion#sthash.lGBTuAn4.dpuf

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