Jones' Ace Hardware announces start of helpful hardware club Jones' Ace Hardware in Vermillion has announced that it now offers customers the Ace Helpful Hardware Club. Do-it-yourself (DIY) enthusiasts and other shoppers can benefit from club rewards such as special pricing and "preferred customer" services.
Consumers can enroll for free at the store, and upon joining will receive a club card to present when making purchases at any participating Ace store. Helpful Rewards points are earned based on these purchases, and when enough points accumulate, Ace will issue the customer Helpful Rewards certificates that are redeemable as credit toward future purchases.
The Helpful Hardware Club is designed to help customers with household and DIY projects by offering services like Helpful Hardware personal shoppers, special employees at Jones' Ace Hardware trained to shop with or for customers.
Also, throughout the store special Helpful Hardware Club signage will mark special members-only pricing on certain items.
Other club benefits include:
* A free subscription to Ace homeplace, a magazine full of helpful hardware tips, lifestyle and do-it-yourself project stories, and a column by long-time Ace spokesperson John Madden.
* Advance notice of sales and promotions.
* Ace's Helpful Key Club, which assists in the return of lost or stolen keys.
* Access to an exclusive section of the Ace web site, www.helpfulhardwareclub.com.
* A toll-free customer service support number to answer any member questions regarding Helpful Rewards points, the Helpful Hardware Club, or the location of the nearest participating Ace Hardware store.
Jones' Ace Hardware in Vermillion is part of the Ace Hardware Corporation, a cooperative wholly owned by its 5,100 independent retailers with current retail sales estimated at more than $13 billion annually. More information on Ace can be found on the World Wide Web at www.acehardware.com.