As I’m sure you can imagine, keeping the Apollo Theatre open and offering good theatre to the Isle of Wight costs a lot of money. However, we’ve joined a great new scheme which means that the equivalent of up to 5% of your household bills will be donated to us – at no cost to you!
What do you have to do? Just make one phone call or go to a website and you’ll be raising money for the Apollo Theatre every day, just by leading your normal life.
The scheme’s run by the Utility Warehouse Discount Club, part of Telecom Plus PLC, one of the UK’s leading public companies. They’re completely legit, and provide 400,000 UK homes and businesses with everyday utilities, like phone, internet, mobile phone, electricity and gas.
Here’s how it works: join the Utility Warehouse as a customer, and you can save a bundle by getting all your utilities in one place. The Utility Warehouse guarantees to save you money, compared to your current suppliers, when you switch services; and if you’re not totally happy you can go back to your current supplier’s higher prices at any time. At the same time, they give up to 5% of your utility bill to us, every month. So everyone wins!
It’s easy to join. Just call 0800 131 3000 and they’ll answer all your questions and talk you through the process. Alternatively, you can visit our Utility Warehouse website, www.utilitywarehouse.org.uk/K19890 and click on ‘join the club’. Either way, it costs you nothing and you’re not obliged to sign up for anything… but, if you do, it could save you lots of money!
You’ll need to give them our appeal number – K19890 – to make sure your donations come to us.
Please join in and make a difference! Call 0800 131 3000 or go to www.utilitywarehouse.org.uk/K19890 today, and quote our appeal number.
If you’d like to talk to a ‘real person’ to explain all this in more detail, drop the theatre Business Manager a line on [email protected] to arrange a visit from our local Utility Warehouse representative.
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