L-r: installer David Beales receiving his free AD11 softener from Barry Barnes from PTS and Colin Pitcher, Tapworks’ regional sales manager.

New loyalty rewards on offer from Tapworks

Published:  30 September, 2014

Water softener manufacturer Tapworks has enhanced its loyalty programme for installers who join its Team Tapworks installer club.

The company has confirmed that its ‘buy ten softeners – get your eleventh free’ offer will continue into 2015 – whereby installers earn 100 points for every softener they buy and once they accumulate 1,000 points they get their next AD11 water softener free of charge.

From November Team Tapworks members can enjoy additional benefits as they install more softeners. At 200 points the member will receive free marketing items and entry onto the Team Tapworks installer locator. At 500 points they will receive a comprehensive promotional package for their business and at 1,000 points they will receive a free business profile on the Tapworks website to help promote the installer’s business in addition to the free AD11 softener.

“The free softener loyalty reward has gone down well with our installers so we decided to take a closer look at what else we could offer that would help both the installers and Tapworks,” said Chris Eaton from the company. “This package of offers was discussed with a number of installers who gave us really helpful feedback on what might be useful to them – and we’re pleased to be able to respond,” he added.

To register for membership, visit www.tapworks.co.uk.

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