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Van Dyks Announces Brand New Membership Program

Van Dyks Announces Brand New Membership Program Club Van Dyks

Putaruru, New Zealand/18th June 2014 - Van Dyks is happy to announce the launch of its brand new membership program called Club Van Dyks. This retail membership program is unique because it rewards customers upfront with 15% discounts across furniture, manchester and appliances. Van Dyks offers free delivery, and price match guarantee.

Van Dyks specializes in furniture, manchester, appliances and flooring. As a family owned retailer they take great care in providing its customers with the very best types of home furnishing products available.

Due to Van Dyks special membership program, Van Dyks is now offering a very limited opportunity to be in the draw to win prizes from Maxwell & Williams and other well known brands.

Sign up as a member of Club Van Dyks and go into the draw to will free prizes. Join online at

“I love Van Dyks new website and I am hoping to win a free dinner set in the Maxwell & Williams free prize draw” wrote Sonia Foster on the companies Facebook page

“Club Van Dyks rewards customers upfront with an instant 15% off our retail prices across our full range, you don't have to buy 3 of something and get the next one free, upfront discounts appeal to our broad range of customers” explains Daniel Van Dyk

To learn more about Van Dyks and its product’s and it's Van Dyk Club go to the business website

ABOUT Van Dyks: Van Dyks is a family owned and operated home furnishing business with three locations in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty.Van Dyks is your complete home furnishing store, selling a wide range of products in the Appliance, Manchester, Furniture, Window Treatment and Flooring departments.

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