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Pallas Foods, Ireland’s leading foodservice provider, today launched Relish Rewards (www.relishrewards.ie), a new online customer loyalty programme that adds an exciting new dimension for trade customers when ordering with Pallas Foods.
Pat Joyce believes that when shops offer bargains, shoppers should not have to wait six months to get the benefit. When asked at a conference last year why his store did not give customers loyalty cards, he replied by saying that while other stores offer you money back six months down the line, customers in his stores were getting the benefit of the savings straight away.
Pamela Scott customers can now stretch their fashion budget even further by signing up to Pamela Scott’s brand new loyalty card scheme. Pamela Scott have won awards for their customer service in the past and the loyalty card is an extension of that service.
To help cut down on large spends on home heating oil, Corrib Oil is happy to announce the introduction of its new Smart Save plan.
Revenue collected a total of €97.2 million in settlements under its audit and investigation programmes between 1 July 2011 and 30 September 2011, its latest report published this week shows.
Galway teenagers have been described as a “powerful force for good” who are keen to create a “fair, just and inclusive” society.
Jellietots —Kilkenny’s only dedicated indoor soft-play area for children is offering families a great new way to save when they bring their children to play in Jellitots.
Recent numbers indicating up to 200,000 people are to emigrate from Ireland within the next five years if unemployment is not addressed are an indication of the continued trend of departures from Ireland, as young graduates and unemployed persons leave to seek work in popular destinations such as Australia and Canada.
More than €70 million has been invested in the National Solidarity Bond Scheme since it was established at the start of May, according to Minister for Labour Affairs and Public Sector Transformation Dara Calleary.
Much has changed in Galway since Big O began serving the people of Galway in 1961, none more so than the taxi industry.