The Lincs Pass Interest event

Find out about the first ever county wide pass for Lincolnshire businesses and how to get your business onto the pass for free!

During this time of massive uncertainty for many businesses out there in our wonderful county, we want to ensure that we can work with you and help more than ever to support you and your business when this is all over.

As a county wide charity who is also in a current time of uncertainty; Heritage Lincolnshire and the creators of the East Anglia Pass have partnered to develop the first ever county wide pass to Lincolnshire. The Lincs Pass and we want to work with yourself to get people back through your doors when things start to get back to ‘normal’.

We have some amazing attractions, cafes, retail, activity centres etc already on the pass offering great offers in a way to work together to market the county to residents and looking at attracting tourism into the county.

The concept of the pass is that it is free for any attraction, venue, cafe, retail, eateries, accommodation etc. to be included onto the pass but they need to be able to have an offer to give to the customers. This could be 2 for 1, £2 off entry, kids eat for £1 etc. There are already some huge high street brands such as Prezzo (who are offering 25% off total bill Monday to Sunday) Carluccio’s, Bella Italia, Café Rouge and Go Ape that have already signed up, but we are extremely keen to promote the Lincolnshire independents and get people to come along to see you!

We have had a lot of attractions and activity centres come up with 2 for 1 offers, restaurants and hotels offering £5 off afternoon tea, or discount on a night’s stay, as well as shops offering a discount in their shops, so would be great to get you on there.

The East Anglia Pass has now been going for four years and has a huge reach with over 15,000 members purchasing the card each year, and we hope to replicate that here in Lincolnshire.

Join us for an introduction to the pass so that we can let you know all about the pass, how it can benefit your and your businesses, and answer your questions. The event will be held digitally on Zoom and for anyone that registers you will be sent the link prior to the event times.

For any questions please email lincs-pass@heritagelincolnshire.org

Visit www.lincspass.com

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