We've even had companies that wanted to purchase the certificates to give to their employees as a bonus
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 11, 2009
With the price of groceries on the rise and many individuals worried about the economy, consumers are looking for ways to save money. In some cases, they are spending less money at their favorite restaurant or other retail establishment.
Now, businesses have an inexpensive way to keep customers coming back to their business by providing free groceries to their customers and prospects. Bagwell Promotions has announced a program loyalty program that includes rebates for $100, $300 or $500 in groceries. Businesses pay as little only $12.00 for each "grocery certificate."
According to John F. Bagwell, President of Bagwell Promotions, "This grocery rebate program works for just about any business - retail, restaurants, car dealers, apartment complexes and more."
The program is actually a rebate and loyalty program.
Here's how it works: Once the business gives the certificate to their customer, the recipient registers online or by mail and selects a favorite supermarket. Each month they send in receipts of at least $100 for their grocery purchases. In return they are sent a $25 gift card from the supermarket. Depending upon the denomination of the certificate, the "pay out" is between four and 20 months.
At today's prices most families will easily spend $100 in grocery during a month.
The program covers every national and regional supermarket chains, along with all independent local grocery stores in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.
The recipient of the certificate agrees to take a brief survey and will also be provided with coupons and other offers during the program cycle. They are not required to make any additional purchases.
The supermarket is happy because they get a loyal customer. The business owner is pleased because they too have a loyal customer who thinks about their business every month when they get their $25 grocery card.
It can also be used for business-to-business promotions. Some companies will offer the grocery rebate certificates to people who come by their trade show booth, or to people who set an appointment with a salesperson.
"We've even had companies that wanted to purchase the certificates to give to their employees as a bonus," adds Bagwell.
There are some restrictions to the program. Details, along with ordering information, is available at http://www.bagwellpromotions.com/grocerypromo/ or by calling 1-866-281-8830.
About Bagwell Promotions:
Bagwell Promotions offers over 500,000 imprinted promotional products from 4,100 suppliers such as coffee mugs, pens, flashlights, magnets, ID bracelets, key chains and an assortment of apparel.