Rugby World Cup Direct Debit Promotion | Uncategorized

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Want to know more about Direct Debit with Eazipay, and save 30% on our Direct Debit set-up fee via our exclusive 2011 Rugby World Cup promotion?

To show our support for the home nation’s teams during the 2011 Rugby World Cup, which starts Friday 9th September 2011, we’re slashing 30% off our hugely popular Facility Management Service set-up fee – down from £495 to £346*.

Simply complete the form below and we'll call you right back to discuss your needs.

All consultations are free of charge and without obligation.

* 2011 Rugby World Cup promotional offer is only available as long as England, Ireland,Scotland or Wales remain in the competition. Normal set-up cost (£495) will apply when all home nation teams have been eliminated, or when the competition ends on 23rd October 2011.

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