Genuine Jersey members are offering people the chance to get more for their money with a raft of special offers in conjunction with the Government issued £100 ecard voucher.
Many of the community’s members will be offering a discount off their produce, crafts and artwork when using the Government voucher including Crafty Quilters, Shelia Birch Photography and La Crete Shellfish. Susan Lintell is promoting her painted pet portraits at a price of £100 instead of the usual £150, while Beverly Speck will be offering any twelve items from her collection of textile gifts and home decorations for a special price of £100.
Katherine Cadin will be giving away one of her hand painted brooches with any purchase using the ecard, offering free gift wrapping in addition. Jersey Oak will be giving customers £125 credit when spending the full voucher within their businesses, purchases can be made on any item in the new furniture and interiors showroom.
John Garton, Executive Director of Genuine Jersey said: “We will be doing all that we can over the next few months to encourage people to support our members and their small local businesses, not only helping them out during this difficult time, but also to keep money circulating in our economy for longer. Some of our larger markets have had to be postponed, but that shouldn’t stop people searching out local gifts and produce from all our talented artisan members.”
Members including Sue’s Fudge, Lauren Radley, Claire Haithwaite Ceramics, The Chilli Kitchen and Lisa Le Brocq will be presenting their wares at the ‘Small Business Pop-Up’ taking place on 17-19 September and 1-3 October at Liberty Wharf Shopping Centre. For further details on where to find members visit www.genuinejersey.je or follow Genuine Jersey’s social media for further details of offers.