Nawras adds new partners to ‘Elite Club’
Muscat, June 12, 2012
Oman-based telecommunications provider, Nawras, has added eight new partners to its Elite Club, offering gold and platinum members more exclusive privileges.
Elite Club customers can now enjoy savings on watches and jewellery, elegant glassware, sports gear, perfumes and deserts, a statement from Nawras said.
“Our efforts are always focused on valuing and showing appreciation to customers for their loyalty and patronage,” said Ahmed Jamal Al Zadjali, loyalty operation specialist at Nawras.
“Nawras was the first and still the only communications company in the country to offer a loyalty rewards programme. We have built successful close relationships with customers by enhancing their overall experience and leaving them with a lasting sense of satisfaction by offering a wide range of options to make communications easier, more versatile and a rewarding experience,” he said.
Gold and platinum members will receive discounts of 30 per cent and 40 per cent respectively on all products at Dar Optics Group, 20 per cent discount at Al Awadi Gifts & Perfumes and between 20 to 30 per cent discount at Jawahir Al Awadi watches.
In addition, customers will also have a wide range of discounts and free gifts at Joyalukkas Jewellers as well as 15 per cent off all products from Adidas stores.
There is a discount of up to 10 per cent on chocolates and 20 per cent off crystal glassware at Art Chocolate, 15 per cent off all ice cream purchases of OR10 or more at Gelo Fredo and 10 per cent off gourmet sweets at Faracha.
Gold and platinum members already benefit from a number of offers including a pick-up and drop-off service, to and from Muscat International Airport, as well as access to the airport’s Plaza Premium Lounge.
Club Members can also take advantage of discounts at Bahwan Travel and free 24-hour AAA roadside assistance in Oman, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Bahrain, in addition to discounts at Sixt Rent-A-Car and a number of restaurants and cafés across Oman. – TradeArabia News Service