Tuesday August 26 2014

The Brink introduces new loyalty scheme

The Brink introduces new loyalty scheme

The Brink has set up a new and exclusive loyalty scheme to reward its customers.
The popular Parr Street eatery will enable its loyalty cardholders to collect points on every purchase, which can be later redeemed to buy food and drinks when accrued.
Launching this week, the scheme is available to all members of the public, with additional incentives being offered to those in the recovery community.
Venue Manager Carl Bell said: “This new scheme is set to become a huge hit with our guests. Money savvy customers will be able to get a bit more for their bite as they reap the great rewards, whilst members of the recovery community will be eligible for extra bonuses including money off meals and Fitzpatrick’s cordials.
“We very much appreciate the public’s reception to our quirky social hub and eatery over the years. Therefore, we want to we want to offer them something in return for their frequent custom and support.
“We hope that our loyalty cards will help to keep costs down for our regulars and will have them coming back time and time again.”

For more information about The Brink visit www.thebrinkliverpool.com


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