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Splurf - Too Many Customers, Not Enough Businesses



Nigel Lewis

23nd November 2006

Splurf - Too Many Customers, Not Enough Businesses

Since launching in October 2006 Splurf is experiencing tremendous membership growth. Splurf is a powerful online tool that enables consumers to source multiple quotes for products and services at the push of a button.

In four weeks over 2000 enquires have been sent to businesses registered with Splurf, and this has created an increased demand to get more businesses on board.

“We’ve been inundated with business leads from people around the country who are looking for quality products and services, and this demand continues to grow. Because we cover 156 business categories nationwide, we need a broad range of businesses to come on board and cash in on these opportunities,” says Splurf’s co-founder, Nigel Lewis.

Lewis used a recent example of a couple planning their wedding, who used Splurf’s online multiple quote system to source quotes for catering, car hire, dresses, suits, cosmetics and holiday packages – all at the push of a button.

By registering with Splurf, businesses have full access to members looking for their product or service and all it takes is a one-off registration. To that end, Lewis is urging businesses nationwide to register with Splurf to begin receiving genuine leads today.

Businesses can register online through a simple process by visiting

For further information on Splurf call the customer services team on 09 274 0569.


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