In today’s modern society there has never been more need to talk about loyalty and fairness. As a family we are a close knit team, having family far flung from where we live, some on the other side of the world, so we have a poor support network nearby. Due to that fact we try to instil within our children a strong sense of self reliance, however this is coupled with having to stay loyal and be fair to each others needs and wants, this also is passed onto friends of the family and quite often neighbours.
Our children are far apart in age, with wide ranging hobbies and activities, likes and dislikes, this said both need to be mindful and act fairly within each other’s lives. Also with the added pressure of a shift working dad, and a mum who can’t drive, we all have to sometimes go out of our way to help each other out.
My OH is a member of the Emergency services, and I grew up in a small rural community in Wales, where we moved from England, where at the time being different was a very big deal, and because of that we try to instil in our two daughters that due to our professions and backgrounds, we see and have experienced the differences in the way people live, the haves and the have not’s. We are trying to teach our children that despite any differences we are all the same, and that being fair to people irrespective of their backgrounds, race or religion and being loyal to those that are loyal to us is paramount.
Being a loyal customer is important to NatWest Bank. So much so they want to reward this loyalty by saying goodbye to the offers that you normally would see to entice new customers only. NatWest Bank are rewarding your loyalty as a customer by being very transparent about their offers, no more hiding online only offers, but giving you, their loyal customers the rewards your deserve for your loyalty to NatWest.
Being a new customer quite often comes with it’s perks, a gift, a discount, some sort of preferential treatment that is reserved just for us newbies. In this funny video that NatWest Bank have made this is perfectly highlighted. Once you have that special treatment, what then? No more special gifts, or discounts? Have a look at the video and see what you think about the old way that new customers were potentially treated, and this will give you the perfect impression of how you the loyal NatWest customer will be treated with NatWest’s new campaign to reward loyalty for their customers.
*I’m working with BritMums and NatWest on this project and have been compensated. All opinions are my own. *