Kasp launches customer loyalty promotion

Published:  11 October, 2013

Kasp, Carl Kammerling International’s security brand, has announced the launch of its biggest ever customer deal – the ‘Kasp Free Stock Giveaway’.

Kasp’s new loyalty scheme will give customers the opportunity to earn up to £1,000 worth of free stock based on 2013 RRPs, excluding VAT. The more retailers spend, the more they receive free of charge.

The promotion is now live and set to run until 28 February 2014. During this time, customers who register will build up their reward with every purchase made. Rewards start at £20 of free stock for total purchases of £100 and rise up to a maximum of £1,000 of complimentary products. The total accumulated will be calculated from invoices dated 1 September 2013 to 28 February 2014 and customers will receive their free stock in March 2014.

Kasp’s brand manager Lisa Richardson said: “We are extremely excited to launch this unique deal – it is the biggest customer rewards scheme we have run to date, and offers retailers a fantastic opportunity to boost their profits.

“We are fortunate to have such a loyal customer base and we wanted to give something back. This exclusive stock promotion gives us the chance to do just that, and allows our customers to take advantage of a great range of Kasp products – for free!”

All Kasp’s precision-engineered products are made from premium-grade materials and come with a 10-year guarantee, the promise of next-day delivery and free delivery on orders over £75.

Customers must register to benefit from this offer, which they can do simply by contacting their local Carl Kammerling International sales representative or Kasp’s Customer Services on 01758 704 704.

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