A sweet deal for Island’s emerging professionals
Discounted rates on your morning coffee, monthly gym membership and that dress you’ve been eyeing in the window at LovIt Boutique — those are just some of the new member benefits being rolled out by Bermuda’s Emerging Professionals (BEPRO).
A host of local businesses have come on board to help sweeten the deal for BEPRO members.
“Offering benefits is another way for us to show appreciation — not only to our members but also to the local companies with whom we’ve fostered great relationships,” said BEPRO chairman LaKea Dill.
BEPRO is a division of the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce, which helps develop emerging professionals through social and professional activities.
Members only need produce their ID to get perks.
Juice ‘n’ Beans Café will be offering a five percent discount on coffees, teas and blended drinks on Monday, Friday and Sundays.
Fusion Fitness will offer corporate rates.
The Bermuda Insurance Institute is offering unlimited insurance course counselling, as well as discounted rates on soft skills workshops, room rentals, seminars and the administration fee for insurance exams.
LovIt Boutique and Pulp & Circumstance will offer 15 percent discounts.
Kit N’ Caboodle and AutoStar will offer ten percent discounts on some of their services.
My Sereni-Tea will have special rates on Thai massage and energy balancing treatments.
Puppies Plus Supplies and Flanagan’s Irish Pub & Outback Sports Bar will offer a five percent discount.
Lemon Tree will take $1 off alcoholic beverages.
Annual BEPRO membership is $50; students may join for $25.
Local companies interested in partnering with BEPRO to provide membership benefits should e-mail email@example.com.
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