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GO2 Club Rebrands as Brewhouse Group

The highly successful rewards company Go2 Club has rebranded as Brewhouse Group to provide a better service experience for its members.

The popular fuel savings app will be establishing a physical presence in the Clarence Valley including a self-service petrol station as part of a broader retail and commercial village housed in a historic brewery complex.

Go2 Club Managing Director Rick Firth said moving from a virtual busines to a bricks-and-mortar model was key in the company’s evolution.

“We’ve built a successful following of people who want to save their hard earned money on fuel, however we were always referring them to third party petrol stations who didn’t always reciprocate the business,” he said.

“We’ve established a unique and exciting offering within the old Grafton Brewery site which will include a 24-hour self-service petrol station and carwash, along with a range of other offerings such as a café, brewery, function centre and eventually a range of retail outlets.

“To honour the unique site we are on we’ve decided to rebrand Co2 Club as the physical location, the Brewhouse, but will still be providing the great range of service and experience we had under the old brand.”

The Brewhouse is sited in a 57,000 sqm complex and includes a range of tenants with over 230 people calling the Brewhouse Village their working home on a daily basis.

Mr Firth said all current Go2 Club offers would be honoured while the transition to the Brewhouse brand took place.

“We’ve built a loyal following and want to take them along with us for the next exciting chapter in our business plans,” he said.

“All offers under the Go2 Club label will continue to be honoured and members will be contacted to advise them of the change.”

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