Virgin Money's new Lounge reaches Manchester
- By Jack Preston -
- Feb 10, 2012
Virgin Money has announced itself in Manchester with the opening of a new Lounge in the city centre.
Based on King Street the Lounge will be free to use to Virgin Money and Northern Rock customers, as well as their guests. In addition, as part of the bank’s efforts to make everyone better off, the Lounge will be open for community events and fundraising activities out of office hours at no cost.
The facilities include; complimentary refreshments, free wi-fi, iPads (including the Virgin Money App), reading material, a dedicated children’s area and sections to service Virgin Money products online.
"The Virgin Money Lounge concept has been a big hit with customers in Edinburgh and Norwich and I am delighted to announce our Lounge in Manchester is now open. Our Lounges are places where our customers and their guests can relax, and where local communities can meet,” explained Jayne-Anne Gadhia, Chief Executive at Virgin Money.
"For over forty years Virgin has been going into established areas of business and showing just how much better things can be. We're aiming to do the same for banking - to build a new kind of bank, one that people want to be part of.”
To find out more visit Virgin Money.