Little Rock, Arkansas (PRWEB) May 15, 2014 -- Arkansas Farm Bureau (ArFB) members now have access to exclusive discounts at more than 100,000 local and national retailers, thanks to a partnership between ArFB and Access Development, America’s largest supplier of private discount content.
The “Savings Plus” program features members-only deals at local favorites throughout Arkansas – including more than 550 locations in Little Rock, 400 in Pine Bluff, 350 in Fayetteville, 350 in Jonesboro, and thousands more in communities across the state and nation. The program also comes with the Savings Plus mobile app, with thousands of “show your phone” coupons that can be accessed and redeemed on the go.
The program is available for free to ArFB members through the member benefits section of the bureau’s website, or by clicking the Savings Plus logo on the home page at http://www.arfb.com/.
“Savings Plus is perfect for the more than 190,000 families we represent because shopping and saving in their communities is important to them,” says ArFB President Randy Veach. “We appreciate that the program is going to keep us fresh on our members’ minds every time they save. That engagement helps us increase awareness of the other benefits they receive by being ArFB members, such as our advocacy and education efforts.”
Access Development works with several Farm Bureaus across the nation, including Alabama Farmers Federation and Virginia Farm Bureau. As these organizations focus on political initiatives, insurance benefits, education programs and other efforts, they also recognize the need to provide daily, tangible value to keep members engaged.
“Organizations like ArFB are finding that discount programs are great tools for retention and engagement,” says Ashley Horrocks, national sales director at Access Development. “Savings Plus is a high-usage member benefit that impacts people in a tangible, relevant manner. It’s a win-win for both ArFB and its members.”
About Arkansas Farm Bureau
Arkansas Farm Bureau is a nonprofit, private advocacy organization of more than 190,000 families throughout the state working to improve farm and rural life. For more information, visit http://www.arfb.com/.
About Access Development
For 30 years, Access Development has helped organizations and affinity groups connect with their customers and build revenue, loyalty and retention through custom rewards and discount programs. The company’s discount network of over 300,000 merchant locations is America’s largest, providing discounts of up to 50% on everyday items to millions of end users. For more information on Access, please visit http://www.accessdevelopment.com or follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Brandon Carter, Access Development, http://www.accessdevelopment.com, +1 (801) 656-1460, [email protected]
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