New partnership signed with Templer Park

The dignitaries after the signing of the agreement (from left) Manibalan, Syed Yusof, Meena Silverajah and 3Lyon founder Datuk Wira Ranjit Singh Sidhu.

A COLLABORATION agreement between loyalty card programme 3Lyon Prestige Berhad and Templer Park Country Club in Rawang, Selangor, has been entered into that will see members of the former enjoy reduced prices on food and beverages, and discounts on golfing fees.

Those who sign up for the 3Lyon Prestige, a property developer with a loyalty programme, will get varying cash-back promotions from more than 100 over retailers, said 3Lyon Prestige chief executive officer S. Meena Silverajah.

Templer Park director Datuk Manibalan Kutty said they looked forward to welcoming 3Lyons Prestige members to the club and added that they hoped to see higher traffic visit the club.

Prestige members will enjoy discounts for F&B and golf.

3Lyon Prestige brand ambassador Tan Sri Syed Yusof Tun Syed Nasir, who is also the chairman of Templer Park, witnessed the signing of the partnership and said: “This is the future of marketing and I am excited to be involved with 3Lyon Prestige.

“Members of the loyalty card will be able to benefit from savings through the cash back and discounts offered.

3Lyon Prestige has embarked on an aggressive sales and marketing campaign, targeting 50,000 members over the next 12 months, said Meena.

“We intend to offer all Malaysians an opportunity to earn cash back on their purchases from everyday essential items such travel tickets, hotel bookings and many more. We are on the brink of changing the way goods and services are being sold. Membership entitles you to save money.”

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