Revival MK2 and Trinders create Old Town partnership
Trinder’s face masks now at Revival and customers able to save money across both businesses
Two Banbury traders have come together in a partnership that will benefit customers of both businesses and strengthens the links within the Banbury Old Town community.
The men’s clothing store Revival MK2 in Parson’s Street and Trinder’s Barbershop in Church Lane are now offering discounts to each other’s customers and Revival MK2 will be stocking the face masks that Trinder’s Barbershop sell from their “Unseen” clothing range.
Mark Allitt of Revival MK2 told Banbury FM, “Jordon Trinder approached me about his clothing range ‘Unseen’ and the masks they do within that asking if I would stock them in my shop.
“I know Jordon and lots of his extended family well so I was happy to help and to form an old town community partnership!”
The face masks will be on sale at £5 each. Revival MK2 will be offering a 10% discount to all Trinder’s customers. In return Trinder’s will offer all Revival customers a 10% discount off their haircut upon production of a Revival receipt.
Mr Allitt said, “We need to stick together and promote each other when we can and using masks to help with this is obviously a big current issue”.
Published: by Banbury FM Newsteam