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Take It Away revamps scheme to further boost business for MI retailers

Laura  Barnes
Take It Away revamps scheme to further boost business for MI retailers

Take It Away has announced a new and improved scheme to help musicians buy instruments and let MI retailers offer interest free purchases.

The revision of the scheme comes as Take It Away celebrates its 10th year in business.

Since 2007, the scheme has helped over 80,000 people buy musical instruments.

“We're really proud of this achievement and we have been working closely with Omni Capital Retail Finance, our new credit provider, to improve Take it away,” said the organisation.
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Supported by the Arts Council, the scheme now offers subsidised loans to adults buying for a child under 18 and to 18-25 year olds buying for themselves (up to £5,000).

Take It Away now offers 0% loans for customers of all ages at competitive rates (up to £25,000), and loans can be used to buy any goods or services available in-store.

The scheme has also been broadened beyond traditional musical instruments to include associated products such as home recording equipment, software, amplification, PA and effects.

If you’re a retailer who would like to join the Take It Away scheme, visit http://www.creativeunited.org.uk/programme/take-it-away/apply-to-join-take-it-away/ for more information.

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