Salus launches Facebook competition to drive sales

Published:  11 July, 2011

ONLINE: Having launched an official Facebook page to engage with its growing band of customers, Salus is now looking to drive sales of its heating controls by rewarding every registered installer who ‘likes’ the company’s Facebook page with a £100 cheque.

This reward may be claimed when the installer simply purchases 20 of the S Series controls between now and the end of September 2011.

As well as registering for the promotion, new fans who join Salus’ Facebook page join a growing band of customers who are the first to receive regular updates on products, forthcoming events, YouTube videos, company announcements and special offers.

Renowned for being innovative and forward thinking in the field of heating controls, Salus is one of the first heating control manufacturers to use Facebook to directly connect with its audience and firmly recognises its value as a communications tool.

Dean Jepson, managing director at Salus comments: “This latest initiative provides a wonderful opportunity for more and more installers to reap the benefits of following us on Facebook, whilst at the same time being rewarded for purchasing our great products.”

Having sparked a design revolution in the heating controls market, the S Series range has fast become a preferred choice by installers. From room programmable and thermostats, to RF thermostats and even time controls, all models in the S Series range incorporate revolutionary touch-ring technology that makes for smart, simple usage. A true fit and forget solution available at a very competitive price.

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