City Plumbing Supplies launches ‘Great Brands, Great Rewards’

Published:  07 October, 2011

UK: City Plumbing Supplies (CPS), specialists in quality plumbing and heating supplies to the trade, has launched its annual points promotion, ‘Great Brands, Great Rewards’.

Now in its sixth year, CPS has designed this year’s promotion to ensure it is packed with better brands on offer and even more prizes to choose from.

Growing in popularity year on year, CPS saw a 15% rise in registered customers last year and is predicting a further rise in uptake in the coming months. Running until 31 December 2011, ‘Great Brands, Great Rewards’ is open to anyone with a CPS trade account or trade cash card.

New customers are able to register for the promotion approximately one week after their account becomes live. Newly registered customers will also receive 500 bonus points as added incentive.

Rewards on offer this year range from a Nintendo Wii plus games to a three-night golf break in Spain. Also included are DVDs, books, vouchers and leisure equipment.

To start collecting points, customers need only visit www.cityplumbingrewards.co.uk or pop into their local CPS branch to register. With points on items ranging up to 15 000, tradesmen are expected to easily rack up large totals, especially with winter around the corner and its consequent rise in home plumbing problems. CPS has included a number of big name boiler brands, including Worcester, Glow-worm, Baxi as well as bathroom suites and accessories from iflo, Mira, Grohe, Bristan and Roca.

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