Moduleo challenges retailers to Impress for rewards

Following the unprecedented success of its Retailer Reward Scheme in 2013, Luxury vinyl flooring manufacturer Moduleo, is launching another exclusive incentive for retailers, which can earn them hundreds of pounds worth of Amazon vouchers.

 

In line with the manufacturer’s brand-new Impress product range launching, the ‘Must be rewarded’ scheme will run from 1st September until 31st November, to allow its retailers to cash-in their rewards in time for Christmas.

 

Last year, Moduleo’s sales tripled during the scheme’s run, and the firm is hoping the launch of Impress will provide a real opportunity for retailers to offer something new to consumers and get something back in return.

 

David Bigland, MD of Moduleo UK and Eire explains: “Interest is already mounting on our brand-new Impress range, so this felt like the perfect time to introduce another retailer incentive.

 

“This is our way of once again thanking our partners, who do such a fantastic job of promoting and selling our products; and we’re confident this scheme will be even more popular than the last.”

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Moduleo is offering £1 for every 1m² sold on its Impress Click and Dry Back range, 75p per 1m² on Transform Dry Back and Click; and 50p for all 1m² sold on Select products. Single invoices of up to 200m² dated between 1st September and 31st November will qualify for the ‘Must be rewarded’ promotion.

 

David concludes: “We rely on our retailers and their sales teams completely to sell our product in the UK and we look forward to working even closer with them on this new incentive.”

 

Moduleo is available in both a traditional LVT dry back construction as well as a simple-to-install Click system for added flexibility. For further information, please visit www.moduleo.co.uk or contact the team on 01332 851 500.

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