Okay, we’ll hold our hands up, it is somewhat bizarre in these times of supposed austerity but we do love giving here at Comms Express! We adhere to the belief that a gift is something that is enjoyed twice. Firstly by the giver who revels in the pleasure of giving away something and then also the enjoyment of those on the receiving end of the gift.
We know that the nights are drawing in and the mere mention of gifts conjures up the feeling of Christmas. But here at Comms Express we believe in the philosophy that the giving of gifts is not just for Christmas, let’s celebrate it all year round! Of course a gift can come in many different guises, support, kind words, and alongside those for us here at Comms Express the building up of points – and we all know what points make: yes prizes! Ah ha classic British television!
We hit upon the idea back in 2009 as a way to thank our loyal customer base, a thank you if you like for repeatedly using Comms Express. Now we’re not for one moment saying we invented the reward system, we’re not quite that revolutionary! No, reward schemes have long been in existence but rather there wasn’t any hidden agenda with ours; here was an opportunity for you, our customers to build up points every time you buy something from us. So for every pound spent with us we reward with points, which are stored in your very own Comms Express piggy bank, and once a certain number had been accumulated they can then be redeemed for the latest hi-tech gadgets such as iPad’s; Nintendo Wii’s; i-Pod Nano; i-Pod Shuffle or Xbox 360 or simply a selection of Amazon vouchers – easy!
We’re pleased to say that our Free Gift offer has been a huge success, with each year building on the previous year; each one of our customers embracing the idea. The good news is we aim to continue giving and we’ve made it even easier to exchange your points into your chosen gift.
We’ll leave you with these wise words from ancient China, from Lao Tsu who wrote "Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love.”
Yes, we can do deep here at Comms Express
Until next timeSteve Wilkin