The CPSA’s Members Bonus Book got the thumbs up from none other than 19 times World Champion George Digweed, when he launched this year’s cash-saving book at Bisley Live recently.
The organisation has once again packed its 2011/12 book for full ‘competition’ members with a host of money saving offers, which give substantial discounts, ranging from 10 to 50 per cent, on a wide range of products and services.
The Bonus Book aims to provide something special for association members, whatever their age or interests, and Mr Digweed gave it his backing at the official launch.
He said the book was “a valuable benefit of belonging to the CPSA, with something for all the family”.
Offers range from top-quality self-catering cottage holidays across the UK, Ireland, France and Italy, to substantial discounts on the country’s top attractions such as Alton Towers, Legoland and Chessington World of Adventures, as well as AA membership; healthcare plans from HMCA and special offers from Virgin wines.
The CPSA said by taking advantage of just a few of these offers members could cover the cost of their annual subscription several times over.
All CPSA Clubman members can also qualify for these benefits providing they upgrade to full membership either mid-term or at renewal.
The association’s commercial manager, Simon Barber, said: “We hope this will add value to the CPSA membership ‘experience’ and give members an additional reason to join and stay with the CPSA. We are conscious that in the present economic climate every little helps. The savings offered through the Bonus Book will, we trust, give a little extra back to the members and show our appreciation for their loyalty and continued support.”