Still Time to Enter the Loyalty360 Awards

The Call for Entries for the First Annual Loyalty360 Awards closes on January 26, 2014

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Not only will winners be recognized for their efforts, but other Expo attendees will get the chance to learn from and network with those thought leaders.

(PRWEB) January 08, 2014

Brands seeking to earn recognition and prestige for their loyalty marketing efforts have until January 26 to enter the inaugural Loyalty360 Awards. Presented by Loyalty 360 – The Loyalty Marketer’s Association, the Loyalty360 awards will recognize brands that are using innovative, creative, and cutting-edge methods in their customer loyalty programs.

Winners will be announced during a luncheon at the 7th annual Loyalty Expo, which takes place March 17-19, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress in Orlando, Florida. “We are excited to add an awards program to our already rich schedule for Loyalty Expo,” says Mark Johnson, CEO of Loyalty360. “Not only will winners be recognized for their efforts, but other Expo attendees will get the chance to learn from and network with those thought leaders.”

The Loyalty360 Awards will be the first to rank loyalty programs based on an evaluation of five disciplines that impact customer loyalty. The result will be an objective, unbiased, and comprehensive assessment of loyalty programs.

The Call for Entries closes on January 26, 2014, which means brands who want to participate have less than three weeks to complete their entries. For more information or to enter, visit http://www.loyalty360.org/awards.

About Loyalty360
Loyalty360 – The Loyalty Marketer’s Association is an unbiased, market driven, voice-of-the-customer focused clearinghouse and think-tank that is committed to bringing loyalty to the forefront as a critical marketing strategy. A trusted source for cutting-edge research, best practices, and networking opportunities, Loyalty360 gives marketers the expert insights and guidance they need to better understand loyalty and develop programs that effectively engage their customers and employees and build stronger relationships with them. http://www.loyalty360.org


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