Ashfoam Ghana has launched a loyalty card for members of the Ghana Inns Affiliation (GHA) as a part of efforts to boost their relationship with the nation’s hospitality business.
The cardboard bears a QR code characteristic and has been designed to allow customers to entry and profit from reductions on a variety of merchandise of the corporate, together with furnishings, mattresses, pillows, carpet, towels and couches, amongst others.
Launching it in Accra yesterday, Basic Supervisor of Ashfoam Ghana, Mr George Massih, said that solely members of the GHA in good standing certified to learn from the loyalty card, including that the cardboard was subjected to renewal after a 12 months of utilization.
He mentioned his outfit had all the time been within the affairs of the GHA “that’s the reason we designed this card for you. It’s a high notch answer to get all of your wants at inexpensive costs with only one click on. Bear in mind in case you lose your membership, your QR code will probably be blocked and you can not have entry to any Ashfoam merchandise utilizing it”.
In response to Mr Massih, Ashfoam Ghana had about 880 retailers throughout Ghana, which had been slowing being become showrooms to higher serve clients.
He said that plans had been far superior to introduce loyalty factors for all clients who would achieve reductions as they hold shopping for Ashfoam merchandise.
Mr Massih additionally indicated that his outfit had credit score phrases for GHA members who would solely require the Affiliation as a guarantor to get merchandise from his outfit on credit score.
President of GHA, Dr Edward Ackah-Nuamike Junior, in his remarks, mentioned the Affiliation’s relationship with Ashfoam spanned over a decade and urged all members to make the most of the chance to get merchandise at discounted costs.
“Ashfoam has all the time been there for us as a result of providing us reductions isn’t the one means they’ve been supporting our companies, in addition they sponsor a few of the occasions we organise, like our awards ceremonies,” he mentioned.