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Lichfield business extends Royal British Legion partnership

A Lichfield company has forged a further partnership deal with the Royal British Legion.

Spencer Kendall handing over a cheque for £3,000 to Barry Rosenburg from the Royal British Legion

Spencer Kendall handing over a cheque for £3,000 to Barry Rosenburg from the Royal British Legion

Heritage Stairlifts, already the Legion’s preferred provider nationwide, has unveiled a brand new Poppy stairlift package for the general public.

And the Royal British Legion is set to benefit from every sale.

A Midlands Business of the Year award-winner, Heritage has developed a stairlift package for use in the private market that runs parallel to the welfare supply products already provided to the Legion.

The Poppy package will consist of the stairlift being delivered and fitted, a free extended warranty and a free service by a team of Poppy professionals.

Managing Director Spencer Kendall said:

“The aim is to make the whole stairlift purchase process stress-free and easy from start to finish. When it comes to our integrity, hopefully the trusted poppy brand and the fact we are the Legion’s preferred provider nationwide, will put people’s minds at rest from that first phone call. From that point, people can be sure they will get a first class product from a trusted company.”

For every single Poppy stairlift sold, a donation of £100 will be made to the Royal British Legion, a registered charity.

To kick-start the charitable donations, Heritage, based on Britannia Enterprise Park in Lichfield, has handed over a cheque for  £3,000 to help the Legion build a new, state-of- the-art rehabilitation centre for injured British servicemen and women.

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