Canberra Southern Cross Club: Community Rewards Program
The Community Rewards Program is an initiative of the Canberra Southern Cross Club that launched in July 2015. The program empowers our members to help the Community Groups that matter most to them. Through the mechanic of nominating a Community Group participating in the program, we will calculate the equivalent of 7.5% of the member’s spend on food and beverages at our Woden, Tuggeranong, Jamison and Yacht Club to be donated to that group/club. More information HERE.
The Weston Creek Tennis Club is participating in the Canberra Southern Cross Club Community Rewards Program. If you would like to nominate the Weston Creek Tennis Club to receive 7.5% of your spend on food and beverages at the Canberra Southern Cross Club, please click HERE. 7.5% is calculated on purchases at Woden, Tuggeranong, Jamison and Yacht Club when a member uses their membership card at the point of purchase. (Purchases at Snapper, on the MV Southern Cross or at functions are not included).
Lennock Jaguar & Land Rover – Club & Member Offer
Lennock Jaguar & Land Rover are offering a great deal for all members in the tennis family!! If our club refers anyone to Lennock Jaguar & Land Rover for their next car purchase, and they go on to purchase a vehicle, the customer will receive a FREE 5-year service plan, valued up to $4,500. As the referring club, the Weston Creek Tennis Club will also receive a payment of $1,000 for the referral. This is fantastic benefit for both the club and its members.
Rebel Support Your Sport
Weston Creek Tennis Club participates in the Rebel Support Your Sport Program! Under this program, our Club can earn 5% from your purchases at Rebel as an in-store credit to spend towards our Club’s equipment. We have already used this credit to purchase tennis balls and other items.
Once you have joined Rebel Sport, let the cashier know that you would like to link your membership to Weston Creek Tennis Club and next time you make a purchase, the club will be credited.
Last Updated 13 July 2020