Harris brightens Christmas with the ‘Colour of Money’
The Caribbean Champions of Colour is offering St. Lucians greater incentive to brighten their homes with a fresh coat of paint this Christmas.
During the yuletide season, Harris Paints will be providing consumers with a wide variety of rewards and cash prizes as part of its ‘Colour of Money’ campaign in partnership with Scotiabank and Digicel.
“Everyone knows that a fresh coat of paint, both inside and out, is the best way to breathe fresh life into your home at Christmas. A change in colour brings with it a fresh outlook on how you perceive your home and your life,” said Marguerite Desir, Business Unit Head, Harris Paints.
“Additionally, a new coat of paint helps protect both interior and exterior walls from wear and tear, water damage and various damages from inclement weather. Because of this added protection and the appealing new look, fresh paint typically increases the overall real estate value of a home for a fraction of the cost of a larger renovation.”
During the months of November and December, Harris will continue to offer customers the chance to dip to win discounts of up to 30%, and specials on a range of products including the popular Ulttima Plus, Woodcare and Troweltex coatings.
Along with in-store activities, shoppers will also be entered in the ‘Colour of Money’ sweepstakes which carries a US$5,000 grand prize, in addition to prizes of US$3,000, US$2,000 and US$1,000, plus weekly Harris hamper draws, partner prizes and a special ‘Contractors’ gift’.
“Our customers are the lifeblood of our company and as the yuletide season rolls around each year, we want to reward them with exactly what they want. It’s a great feeling to know that you have helped to make someone’s Christmas and New Year a little brighter with the ‘Colour of Money’,” said Desir.
As part of its Christmas campaign, and in keeping with the company’s tradition of community support, Harris Paints will also be making a significant contribution to a charitable organisation.
“Harris is committed to being a good neighbour by ensuring that we give back to the communities we serve. We all want to look our best at Christmas and it is our intention to join forces with a local charity so that everyone can benefit from the Caribbean Champions of Colour,” added Desir.