BY JEFFREY ELAPA
A secondhand clothing company is giving cash rebates to its loyal customers
Premium Fashion International has designed a rebate programme that gives its customers cash to invest in themselves and their business.
The manager of Premium Fashion International, Rex Pelen, said its international rebate programme allowed its customer s to receive up to K2000 per 10 bales in refunds and K20,000 per 100 bales.
The cash builds up to earn free bales and a 20ft container.
Premium Fashion’s loyalty programme is the first in the lucrative secondhand clothing business.
Pelen said it was important for him to incorporate a programme that allowed his customers to save money while growing their secondhand business.
Premium Fashion International will open its doors tomorrow at Boroko, Port Moresby, opposite the police station, with European secondhand goods.
The rebate is part of the company’s promotion to give back to its customers.
“Our stocks are supplied by Nilechemy Industries, an Australian and European export company owned by Papua New Guinean businesswoman Emily Niliwan Nili,” Pelen said.
“Premium Fashion is focussed on providing women with opportunities in the secondhand clothing industry.”
Nili said: “We’re proud to introduce a rebate programme in conjunction with our sister company Premium Fashion International in Papua New Guinea.
“The loyalty refunds are designed to allow for financial flexibility.
“Premium Fashions International’s loyalty programme allows women to earn points to receive up to K2000 or more cash back, free secondhand bales and even a free 20ft container direct from Europe.”
BY JEFFREY ELAPA