Agribonus Reward Programme

Hino Partners With Agribonus Reward Programme

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Hino South Africa has become the first truck brand to become a partner in the AgriBonus Rewards Programme, which is designed to benefit local customers. Members of AgriBonus earn points through purchases from a variety of service providers, who are all prominent in their various fields of business.

The points earned can then be used to earn a wide range of rewards, which are available through the Bonus Shop. They vary from holiday getaways to electronics, household appliances, camping equipment and much more. Members also have the option of donating their points to an affinity of their choice, such as the local school or organisations such as the Endangered Wildlife Fund's initiative to save the rhinos.

Buyers of new Hino trucks are rewarded at the rate of one point for every R40 spent in buying a truck.

"Hino and its parent company, Toyota South Africa, have had a long involvement with the local agricultural sector dating back to the founding of Toyota SA with the Stallion bakkie in 1961 and later the introduction of Hino trucks," said Ernie Trautmann, Vice President of Hino SA. "Therefore we are pleased that we are able to continue this relationship with the farming community by becoming a partner in the AgriBonus Reward Programme for customers. We believe this will be a win-win for both parties as our range of rugged and reliable trucks are ideally suited for use in any application."

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