San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 11, 2012
MOGL, the fun and seamless loyalty program that eliminates the need for mobile phone payments, QR codes, punch cards or coupons, today announced at TechCrunch’s Disrupt SF 2012 that its consumer members have earned more than $1 million dollars in cash-back to date. MOGL is the first and only loyalty platform that seamlessly rewards people who love to dine out through automatic cash-back and monthly jackpot winnings, along with the unique ability to donate meals to those in need.
While celebrating this ‘cha-ching’ milestone for its members, MOGL’s presence at this week’s TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2012 marks the company’s official launch and expansion into the San Francisco region and legendary restaurant scene. More than 150 restaurants have already joined MOGL in the San Francisco Bay Area, including Epic Roast House, Brickyard, Unicorn, Region and Blue Light – just to name a few.
“We’re so happy to have already given our members more than one million dollars - but this is just the beginning. Our continued national roll-out will allow people everywhere to enjoy the effortless and fun rewards they get from dining at MOGL restaurants,” said Jon Carder, CEO and Co-Founder of MOGL. “We built MOGL from the ground up as a new type of restaurant rewards program – one that my friends and I would use, one that doesn’t require you to pull out a coupon or your mobile phone – and ultimately, one that let’s you be in control of the reward by paying you out in cash so you can use it anywhere, on anything you want.”
Signing up for MOGL is simple and free, and consumers can register any or all of their credit or debit cards. MOGL tracks transactions and activity so that members simply pay their restaurant bill as they normally would, and then earn 10% cash back effortlessly. MOGL members never have to present coupons, membership/loyalty cards or use their mobile phone to scan a QR code.
For foodies, there’s an added incentive to MOGL’s “Eat Out, Cash In.” At each MOGL restaurant, the top three spenders each month win a jackpot cash prize. The more they eat at their favorite MOGL restaurant, the better chance they have to finish in the top three and earn more.
Additionally MOGL’s Meal for a Meal program with Feeding America turns a selfish reward (eating out and earning cash) into a self-less donation. Every time a consumer spends $20 at a MOGL restaurant, a meal is donated to a local food bank. This softer side of MOGL has already generated more than 117,000 donated meals.
According to a recent case study, it was revealed that MOGL members spend 70.5% more per month than non-MOGL members. Moreover, MOGL has a 98% monthly retention rate with its restaurant partners, which is a testament to the success that business owners are experiencing with the program.
MOGL’s network of restaurants spans everything from coffee shops and sports bars, to nightclubs and fine-dining establishments – the company also works with major restaurant chains nationwide, including House of Blues, Cold Stone Creamery, Taco Bell, Subway, Johnny Rockets, Baja Fresh, and more.
To become a MOGL member or search for participating restaurants in your area, simply visit http://www.MOGL.com or download the mobile app for iPhone or Android.
MOGL is a game that that hooks you up with cash for eating out at your favorite restaurants. Founded in 2010, it is the first customer loyalty program of its kind to leverage psychology, technology and clever game mechanics to offer a fun and engaging platform that rewards consumers for their restaurant loyalty. MOGL celebrates a simple philosophy: reward your customers and they’ll reward you back! To learn more, visit MOGL.com or download the MOGL app for iPhone or Android. Connect with us on Facebook or Twitter.
About TechCrunch Disrupt
TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2012 is TechCrunch’s sixth annual conference in San Francisco. The format combines top thought-leader discussions with new product and company launches. During morning executive discussions, technology-driven disruptions in many industries will be debated. Afternoons are reserved for the Startup Battlefield, where 30 new companies will launch for the first time on stage, selected to present from more than 1,000 applications received from around the world. The winning company will receive a $50,000 grand prize and the Disrupt Cup at the conclusion of the conference. The conference is Sept. 10-12, 2012, at The Concourse at San Francisco Design Center located at 635 8th St. (at Brannan) in San Francisco's downtown SOMA district. #TCDisrupt