As a way of giving something back to regular customers, the FCC in January will launch the FCC Privilege Card, providing cardholders a range of discounts at FCC outlets in Cambodia.
Tailored to expatriates and residents living in the Kingdom, the card is also available to anyone with valid press credentials, a mainstay of the company's clientele.
"We wanted to do something for our regular customers," says Anthony Aldersons, operations director of the FCC. "They are the reason of our success."
To kick off the new membership drive, the FCC will throw a party January 18th, 2006, on the rooftop terrace at the FCC Phnom Penn. For those who have all ready applied, cards will be available for pickup at the party. The two-hour event starts at 6:00 p.m., with town favorite DJ Sam playing the music and beer and horderves on the house.
Discounts for cardholders include reduced rates on rooms, meals and drinks at the FCC Angkor and FCC Phnom Penh, as well as discounts at the newly re-launched Cafe Fresco and the soon-to-open Pacharan, a Spanish tapas restaurant on the riverfront.
Applications for the Privilege Card can be completed online (http://www.fcccambodia.com/members/application.php). A complete list of benefits is also available. Upon approval, cards can be picked up at the FCC Angkor or the FCC Phnom Penh.