The Wave Gift Card now available at

Thursday, 26 March 2009  |  Admin

The Gift Card Centre Ltd. today announced that The Wave Watersports Gift Card has been made available for sale at

“Our customers have been waiting for a gift card that enables their loved ones to enjoy watersports” says Caroline Watson, Director of Operations for The Gift Card Centre Ltd. “The Wave Gift Card is a very simple idea – it offers the chance to give money, loaded onto a plastic gift card, to be used at watersports centres up and down the country. Money loaded onto the card stays there for 12 months and can be used against sailing, water skiing, wakeboarding, surfing, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, jet skiing, powerboating and canal boating.

Whether the person holding the gift card is an expert, an absolute beginner or anywhere in between this gift is fabulous. “It has been very well received to our website and we are delighted to be one of the first websites to offer this great gift card” says Caroline.

Visitors to simply select The Wave Watersports gift card, choose the value they would like to give from £20 up to £300, select a nice gift bag to complete the gift, and the present is sent to the lucky recipient in the post straight away. Once that person receives the card, they can spend their card’s value at any centre registered with the Wave. This list already include centres in England, Scotland, the Channel Islands and the National Watersports Centre in Nottingham – so you do not have to be near the coast to enjoy watersports!

“The Wave Gift Card is the first to market in this fantastic world of watersports” says Caroline Meechan, founder and Managing Director of The Wave. With our unique lenticular design (moving image on the gift cards) and our fantastic outlets where you can use the cards, we are seeing a great response to our new gift card. Moving it into new resellers is a major part of our online strategy and we are delighted to be listed on”.

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