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Nakumatt smart card holders get price cut

NAIROBI, Kenya Mar 1- Retail-giant Nakumatt will be holding a 50 percent off clearance sale for all its loyal shoppers this week.

Nakumatt Smart Card holders will exclusively enjoy a half-price clearance sale on selected household goods and furniture in a shopping bonanza to be staged in Nairobi, Kisumu and Mombasa.

In the year opening 50 percent off clearance sale, shoppers will enjoy shopping for the products that are sold on a first come first served basis while stocks last.

According to Nakumatt Holdings Managing Director Atul Shah, the 50 percent off sale will kick off from Nakumatt Ngong Road Hyper located at Prestige Mall on March 3 from noon to 9pm.

Similar clearance sales will also be staged at Kisumu’s Nakumatt City Hyper and in Mombasa at the Patel Samaj Hall on March 6 2011.

Mr Shah explained that as part of the firm’s growth strategy, Nakumatt Smart Card holders would continue enjoying attractive benefits as the firm gears up for the re-launch of a new generation loyalty card packed with more benefits.

“The staging of the Nakumatt 50 percent off sale is part of our commitment to periodically reward our loyal shoppers even as we step up a strategic program to rationalize our store stocks with new merchandise,” Mr Shah said.

“With the planned re-launch of the new generation Nakumatt Smart Card, our shoppers will continue enjoying exclusive benefits besides the traditional point’s accumulation and redemption.”

Among other benefits, Nakumatt Smart Card holders regularly enjoy goods for value against points i.e. purchase of products using points, redemption of points for cash i.e. School Cheques, redemption of points for Gift Cards/Vouchers and discounts on goods and services with different partners.

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“With the planned re-launch of the new generation Nakumatt Smart Card, our shoppers will continue enjoying exclusive benefits besides the traditional point’s accumulation and redemption,” he said.
 

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