Over the last six months, more and more companies have stepped forward to announce that they are going to offer hardworking emergency services and NHS personnel discounts off of their products.
And whilst nobody joins the NHS or emergency services just to get discounts off of various products and services, many people who do serve will appreciate the opportunity to save money when-and-where they can.
The latest company to step forward and offer a discount for NHS and emergency services personnel is ‘SoleCup’.
SoleCup is a family run eco-friendly business based in Birmingham. We produce stylish long-life reusables that replace single-use disposables.
Serial entrepreneur Theo Paphitis recently chose this family-owned business as a Small Business Winner.
Not only does SoleCup offer 3-in-1 cups which are perfect for coffee, loose teas and smoothies, but they are also made of durable glass and have a splash-proof lid meaning that you can also do you bit for the environment by avoiding non-recyclable plastic.
They also sell steel thermos bottles, reusable straws and bundle packs for even bigger savings.
SoleCups discount of 25% can be used by all NHS and emergency services personnel, including support staff and civilians who are employed in the emergency services.
Talking about why they decided to offer a discount for emergency services and NHS staff, a spokesperson for SoleCup said:
“The recent pandemic has shown all of us once again that the emergency services and NHS Staff are the people we really rely on.
“We want to show our gratitude and support by offering all emergency services and NHS personnel 25% off everything in our online shop”.
The discount is also being offered to search and rescue personnel (including RNLI and independent lifeboat volunteers), prison officers and volunteer first responders.
To take advantage of this fantastic offer, visit: solecup.com/shop and use discount code: ’emergency25′ during checkout.
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