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Ipswich Building Society partners up with the East of England Co-op

Added: 7 November 2019

Ipswich Building Society partners up with the East of England Co-op

Ipswich Building Society has teamed up with the East of England Co-op to offer its members exclusive offers and discounts during November, December and January.

Members of the Society will be able to pick up an exclusive set of Co-op vouchers from its branches and agencies each month, enabling them to access a range of offers including money off coupons and discounts on a range of selected products.

The partnership shines a spotlight on the East of England Co-op’s Sourced Locally range, which offers food and drink produced by over 100 outstanding local manufacturers in our region and promotes a sustainable and mutual relationship between the East of England Co-op and its local suppliers.

The new offers add to Ipswich Building Society’s existing range of member benefits, including discounts at the New Wolsey Theatre and with Fred. Olsen Travel Agents.

Richard Norrington, CEO of Ipswich Building Society commented: “We’re delighted to kick off this new partnership with the East of England Co-op with a great range of offers and discounts for our members. There is a clear synergy and shared values between our organisations, both working for the benefit of our members and our community across the East of England and we look forward to taking this partnership forward into 2020 and beyond.”

Sean McLaughlin, Head of Commercial Retail for the East of England Co-op added: “We’ve got a lot in common with Ipswich Building Society, and we’re really pleased to have been able to work with them to offer some exclusive offers to their members. We hope this is just the start of a number of things we can collaborate on which will benefit members and customers for both our organisations.”

For more information on the new partnership and full details on the available offers, click here.

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Co-op and Ipswich Building Society staff at the launch of the new partnership

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