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Pink Home Loans rewards top achievers

Pink Home Loans is launching its Diamond Club to reward the top achievers within the company’s appointed representative network.

Those that have met the performance criteria will be rewarded with a trip to Chepstow Races with luxury overnight accommodation and the opportunity to play golf at the hotel’s Championship Golf Course.

The trip is planned for March 2009 and currently 30 ARs will be attending with their partners.

David Copland, managing director at Pink Home Loans, says: “We are delighted to be able to reward our top AR achievers despite current market conditions. Although we are not able to take our ‘Diamond Club’ as far a field as we have done previously, we still feel that it is essential to recognise the support of these individuals and their partners that are working through the downturn that we are currently facing.

“I would personally like to congratulate those that qualify for their ongoing support and hope that they have an enjoyable trip to Chepstow.”


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