Traders Briefing - Arbroath

06 January 2021

Do you own a business in Arbroath?

Getting residents on their feet with Get Active Arbroath

The Get Active Arbroath programme launches on 1st February 2021 and aims to help Arbroath residents and employees engage in a more active lifestyle when travelling into and around the town.

Residents and employees from organisations around the Arbroath area are being encouraged to download the BetterPoints app in order to reward their walking, cycling and running activities.

Local businesses can get involved and benefit by raising their profile and driving footfall. 

Throughout the challenge users can earn and win BetterPoints that they can spend locally (in the form of retail vouchers) or trade for some great local offers and discounts.

This can help boost the business to local retailers though this testing time during Covid-19 and subsequent  lockdowns.

How does it work?

There are three ways for you to get involved, tap each bullet for further info:

To see more information on ways to redeem click here

Why should local businesses and retailers get involved?

  • Present your brand to a growing user base via the app, website and marketing collateral
  • Align your brand with local sustainability and health initiatives
  • Integrate with your Community Outreach and Corporate Social Responsibility plans
  • Increase brand recognition
  • Speed up the post lockdown recovery process by driving footfall to your business

Want to get involved?

Give details of your business as you would like to see it appear in the rewards catalogue (name, location, logo, contact details) to your contact at Ansons Consulting or email getactivearbroath@ansonsconsulting.com.

Provide details of the offer you would like to include in the app, whether this is a voucher or sponsorship prize.

Get Active Arbroath is funded by Smarter Choices Smarter Places, which is Paths for All’s programme to increase active and sustainable travel throughout Scotland. The programme is grant-funded by Transport Scotland.