Schneider Electric offers food for thought with a free Greggs

There may not be such a thing as a free lunch, but Schneider Electric’s ‘food for thought’ promotion may just come in close.

Over the summer, Schneider Electric will be offering electricians the chance to win a £3 e-voucher to spend at Greggs when they spend £50 or more on qualifying products.

Within the promotion, distributors are able to choose from a wide range of products and bundles including, wiring accessories, consumer units, 18th Edition clips and cable management solutions — all of which are discounted. For every £1,000 +VAT of promotional product ordered by a distributor, 30 Greggs code cards will be dispensed for them to give to their customers.

Customers spending £50 or more in one single transaction will then be able to claim their e-voucher, alongside a range of support and training materials designed to help them make the most of renovation opportunities in homes, schools and factories.

Schneider Electric says its food for thought promotion bundle is aimed at electricians and small contractors, designed to help highlight further opportunities for them to e-learn and sell-up to their customers.

The promotion is valid until August 30, 2019, with no restriction on the number of promotion orders that can be placed within this timeframe.

Tim Barber, Distribution Programme Manager at Schneider Electric says, “It’s important to us to be able to offer these kinds of deals to our customers – both new and existing. At Schneider Electric we recognise that there are lots of products on the market – but often there is no support on how to best use them. This promotion is a great opportunity for us to engage with our customers on how to best succeed in every renovation, offering our top tips and best practice advice”.

“We’re confident that our customers in the electrical industry will leap at the chance to claim their free Greggs – and we’re thrilled to be able to offer this instant gratification to them,” Barber continued.

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