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  Posted by: electime      18th December 2018

One of the UK’s leading non-food wholesalers has announced that the new customer rewards programme it introduced earlier this year is already proving to be a great success. Since it was launched by Stax Trade Centres in March, the innovative Stax Perx programme has already gained over 6,500 users who are now enjoying cash savings on both business and personal products and services from a wide variety of the UK’s top brands and high-street stores.

“We’re dedicated to serving the independent retail and trade sectors, and we created Stax Perx rewards to give back to our customers by supporting them outside of their day-to-day businesses” explains Stax joint managing director, David Hibbert. “We knew that the programme would be welcomed when we launched it, but it’s proved to be incredibly popular with our customers and has far exceeded our expectations,”

Membership of the Stax Perx rewards programme is open to new and existing customers who have shopped with Stax in the previous three months. It allows them to enjoy a wide selection of money-saving offers and discounts on high-street shopping, business travel, health and fitness, food and drink, motoring and many other areas.

“We have lots of top brands participating in the programme, such as, Evans Cycles, PureGym, ESPA, National Tyres and Autocare, UK Power, Virgin Wines and The Watch Shop. There are also discounts on family days out at attractions such as Alton Towers, Thorpe Park and various London tourist attractions, so there really is something for everybody to enjoy,” adds David.

New ‘Stax Perx’ are added every month in a variety of categories, allowing Stax Perx members to save considerable amounts of money over time. Customers wanting to find out more about the programme should visit

Stax is the UK’s largest non-food wholesaler and provides genuine trade-only wholesale support for a wide range of independent retailers and tradespeople across the country. It supplies many different market segments, including gardening, hardware, building, decorating, electrical, plumbing, homeware, bathrooms and kitchens.