TradePro card now welcome at Tooltastic

Published:  16 October, 2009

COVENTRY: Buck & Hickman now accepts the TradePro Card at its nationwide Tooltastic trade counters.

Tooltastic offers TradePro Cardholders access to the UK's largest stocked range of tools, maintenance products and safety equipment. All Tooltastic trade counters carry fully merchandised ranges of fast-moving products from all the leading brands with a further 60 000 products available on a 'call and collect' basis from 7.30am every morning.

Joe Roberts, Buck & Hickman's operations director, said: "TradePro Cardholders are exactly the type of customers we want to attract to our Tooltastic trade counters. Having been a specialist supplier of tools and maintenance equipment to industry for many years we believe we can offer tradesmen an unrivalled level of service, advice and technical knowledge as well as access to a massive product range. We are also offering a range of exclusive discounts and offers when customers use their TradePro Card at a Tooltastic trade counter for the first time."

TradePro is a market leading combined Discount and Account Card. It has been designed specifically for tradesmen working in the construction industry. The Card offers limits of up to £10 000 and is accepted at over 4500 outlets. There are currently over 50 000 TradePro Cardholders in the UK.

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