FG7 and its network of members across Northern Ireland & Republic of Ireland have teamed up with brand partners Allied Nippon for an exclusive scratchcard promotion to celebrate the Group’s 20-year anniversary.
Commencing today, October 15 exclusively from FG7 members, the promotion will see any Allied Nippon purchase of £50/€50 or more rewarded with a scratchcard that will guarantee the recipient a prize. Among the 9000-plus prizes on offer are 50” HD televisions, smart watches and bluetooth speakers, plus a broad range of Allied Nippon branded clothing and merchandise.
Commenting on the promotion, Kevin O’Kane, FG7 said: “FG7 has a long-standing and highly successful partnership with Allied Nippon, together we felt this was the right moment to deliver a promotion of this magnitude. Not only is FG7 celebrating a significant milestone but we are also relaunching the Group with all-new branding – this promotion will help draw attention to both elements.
“Furthermore, we wanted to do something positive for our customers in the wake of COVID-19. It’s been a year devoid of positives for so many, so hopefully this promotion will help to put a smile on faces and create some good news stories among our customer base.”
Well established in the region, and part of the wider Comline Group brand portfolio, Allied Nippon are best known for braking product lines.
The brand is well-supported and sold extensively across the FG7 membership making them the ideal ‘brand partners’ for the Group’s 20-year promotion.
Speaking on behalf of Allied Nippon, Comline Group Marketing & Communications Manager, Leigh Davies, commented: “On behalf of everyone at the Comline Group I would like to congratulate FG7 on their 20-year anniversary – we are thrilled to be teaming up with the Group to celebrate with a promotion of such significance. I firmly believe the promotion will be warmly received within the market and will serve to further strengthen the already stellar relationship we enjoy with FG7 and its members.”
L-R Dr Keith Ellis (Comline Group), Leigh Davies (Comline Group), Kevin O’Kane (FG7) and Peter Cox (Comline Group)