We wanted to create a true alliance between corporate America and American consumers with a focus on targeting areas of need
Bellflower, California (PRWEB) October 5, 2006
National Savings Alliance Corporation (http://www.nationalsavingsalliance.com) announced today the launch of a unique shopping portal that pledges support for the families of fallen service personnel from all branches of military service (Army, Marine Corp, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard) while returning cash back to the personal savings accounts of shoppers when they make a purchase from merchants advertising on the NSAC web site. Sign up is free and "Associates" can shop at over 700 on-line stores which include many fortune 500 companies as well as smaller specialty stores.
The California based company has recognized the need to re-educate the American public about how money can compound and work for them through a good savings program and wise investments. There are several shopping portals that offer cash back from purchases, but NSAC offers an additional incentive by donating a portion of its net profits to groups or charitable organizations approved by the company. The company will launch with an initial pledge to support the families of fallen service personnel by donating 20% of its net profits to the Department of Veterans Affairs who will distribute the funds only to these families at its discretion.
"As the death toll from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan approaches the 3,000 mark, NSAC is offering all Americans the opportunity to help support the overlooked and neglected families of those who have made the supreme sacrifice to protect our freedom and defend the values that make our nation great," says Ronald B. Long, Sr., Founder and CEO. "Why shouldn't consumers be able to help them while making their everyday purchases and get money deposited into their savings accounts too?"
Years of credit abuse and lack of focus on savings has taken a toll on the savings available to the average American when they have a need. The personal savings rate as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis has fallen negative for the first time since the Great Depression.
This crisis along with the war on terror has captured the attention of the founders of NSAC. "We wanted to create a true alliance between corporate America and American consumers with a focus on targeting areas of need," says John Scanlan, Co-founder and NSAC President. "Corporate profits are currently high and we challenge merchants to offer additional incentives to customers that will help build their savings and support worthy causes."
Corporate profits are at a 40-year high as reported by Market Watch in March of this year. The NSAC Shop and Save Program is a unique vehicle for all American consumers to save real dollars and support worthy causes with little or no effort and at no cost since the dollars are coming from the NSAC commissions.
National Savings Alliance Corporation is a shopping portal company incorporated in 2005. Its mission is to join corporate America and the American consumer in an alliance to promote savings and support worthwhile causes while living up to its slogan "United|We Save".