The Bathroom Showroom has launched a new rewards programme to offer loyal City Plumbing Supplies trade account holders the chance to earn points on showroom product purchases and business referrals.
Built with the trade in-mind, the new Showroom Rewards programme has sought feedback to ensure that the products and benefits on offer meet high customer expectations. As a result, installers can earn points on all bathroom and tile brochure purchases from The Bathroom Showroom. This includes transactions on a huge range of baths, showers, sanitaryware, tiles and accessories. Additionally, points will be awarded for successful business referrals where ‘fit only’ jobs are quoted and the products are purchased from The Bathroom Showroom by the end-user.
A large selection of rewards choices are available from gift cards including Love2Shop, John Lewis and Argos, alongside credit notes to pay down account spend. A wide choice of technology products such as games consoles, TVs and fitness trackers, in addition to experiences such as driving days, short breaks, gourmet nights out and theme park tickets, can also be claimed as part of the programme. Members also receive exclusive access to a variety of discounts from high street names including restaurants and fashion stores to home and garden, leisure, DIY and entertainment brands, as well as the added advantage of being able to manage their rewards account online.
Steve Smith, managing director of the Bathroom Showroom, said: “Showroom Rewards is an exciting programme to be part of as it rewards our customers for their business and their loyalty, therefore we hope that installers who join do take full advantage of the offer. Our showroom business is focused on supporting our trade customers and helping them to grow their business. Our knowledgeable showroom team can deal directly with the trade and their customers to help with product selection, create quotations and produce inspirational CAD drawings, which bring the bathroom to life while providing floor plans for the installer to work with.”