Welcome to Island Vouchers, a new company who plan to launch in Koh Samui in December 2014. Our exciting new product is a voucher book that can fit in your pocket that will offer discounts throughout a variety of business sectors aimed at Tourists visiting Koh Samui on Holiday, as well as the local Islanders that live here in Paradise.
We are looking for businesses that would like to be included in our book that not offers tourists and local’s discounts, but has the added benefit of encouraging extra customers through their doors as well as offering wide brand recognition. We have 50 vouchers within the book that will in total save people 15,000 baht across activities and tours and even more in further discounts in Restaurants and other sectors.
Every business that is included in the book will have their own voucher that will include the following information included on it:
- Picture & Logo on the front along with the voucher offer
Back of Voucher:
- A Map showing your position
- A write up about your business
- A QR scan code that gives customers directions directly to your door
- Contact Details
- Social Media Links
The cost to be included in our book?? It’s FREE!! We don’t charge you a single baht.
We will print 5000 books to start with, we take care of all the advertising and distribution, all we ask from you is to give a discount to encourage customers to your business. In April 2015 Island Vouchers will be launching an App which also be offered free of charge to participating businesses.
If you would like to have your business included in our book, please
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