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Polypipe Ventilation launches installer loyalty scheme

Polypipe Ventilation has launched a loyalty programme, providing installers with the opportunity to gain points on the purchase of Silavent and Domus fan and heat recovery products.
Polypipe Ventilation launches installer loyalty scheme
The programme allocates points against specific mechanical ventilation purchases, ranging from one point for entry level fans through to 20 points for heat recovery appliances. Each point represents 20p, which is accrued and credited onto the installer's personal Argos loyalty card. The card can be used at more than 1,000 Argos and Homebase stores throughout the UK, with over 35,000 products to choose from.

The scheme will allow installers to sign up either by post or online, then the installer either returns his / her invoices monthly via a freepost address or simply texts or emails the serial numbers of the purchased products to the contact details provided. The account balance of each installer's card will be fed back to the customer monthly by email, SMS or post or by calling Argos directly.

With Argos running regular sales across its product range, the installer has an additional opportunity to make further savings on their purchases. Installers will also be entitled to product information, including a bi-monthly e-newsletter detailing the latest news, products, support services and helpful technical tips.

To download a registration form visit: www.polypipe.com/installerloyalty

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19 July 2011

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