We felt that everyone should be rewarded equally for their part in helping our community grow.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 02, 2011
A new program was introduced at Teenlike.com, Inc., where members can refer friends and family to the home decor design competition site in exchange for store perks. The perks include points which can be used at the online store. The program is called the Slumber Club. How that name came about, Teenlike founder Roland Ghetty put it simply, “Our products are mainly related to sleeping, so what better fit for the program?”
Teenlike also makes clear that there is no need to sign up for the program. “Each member that signs up to join our site is automatically enrolled in the program,” Ghetty explains. “We felt that everyone should be rewarded equally for their part in helping our community grow.” So how exactly does the Slumber Club work? “If a member likes an item in our shop, or sees an item they feel someone would like, they can use the “Tell Friends” feature on the product page to refer a friend,” explains Ghetty, “And if the referral results in a sale, the member is rewarded 5 Slumber Club points, each being worth $1.00.” Which means if a member refers 100 people, chances are they will be getting quite a few free stuff. The club points can only be redeemed for items that are in stock, and not pre-order items.
Teenlike plans to grow its program in the near future by launching additional point earning campaigns in order to reward its members. The company hopes the points program will add to an already interesting concept: Home decor designed by the community for the teen room. Will the program and concept catch on and spread like wildfire? That, of course, is left up to the Teenlike community.
Teenlike is an ongoing, online home decor design competition, where winning designs are printed on home decor products, including bedding and rugs.
For more information, visit http://www.teenlike.com