Daisy Wholesale is pulling out all the jingle bells and whistles this Christmas with a different kind of incentive for its resellers over the festive period. For every new qualifying service taken between now and 23rd December, Daisy Wholesale will make a donation to children’s charity, Action for Children.
In a normal month, it is estimated that in excess of £6,000 will be generated. Although an already significant amount, Daisy Wholesale hopes that its partners have a great month of trading and that as much money as possible is raised for the UK-based children’s charity.
Terry O’Brien, Managing Director of Daisy Wholesale, comments: “After such a great 12 months of business, we were trying to think of a way to thank our resellers for their generous custom. Ideas of different incentives were thrown around, but we really wanted to do something extraordinary this year and really give back to show our appreciation. And, how better to do that than help make Christmas a little more cheerful for the UK’s most vulnerable children?
“From our forecasts we have estimated that we should raise at least £6,000, which is a fantastic amount and will hopefully make a real positive difference at such a special time for kids. I love Christmas, I love the magic of it and I love the kindness and thoughtfulness of it. I hope our partners agree this is a good way of doing something positive together at Christmas.”
The services that qualify for the donation span across the provider’s portfolio and include WLR, SIP, broadband and Ethernet, HVX and HDS seat licences, and mobile connections. A connection will count once it is brought into service, or in the case of an Ethernet order, when accepted by the relevant carrier.
The fundraising incentive comes just two months after the business raised £7,800 for charity – Diversity Role Models – with a 40-man trek up Mount Snowdon.
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