ClubShop Rewards Offers Innovative Idea to Help with Haitian Relief Effort

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The ClubShop Rewards Program Has Now Given the Ability to Their Members to Redeem Their Reward Points for a Cash Donation Which will be Given to the American Red Cross Haitian Disaster Relief Effort.

The ClubShop Rewards Program has now given the ability to their members to redeem their reward points for a cash donation which will be given to the American Red Cross Haitian disaster relief effort.

The death toll and human suffering in Haiti defies the imagination. As the people in the Haitian Capitol become more desperate, we need to act fast.

Haiti and its people will desperately need the financial support of fellow human beings, governments, and private companies across the globe.

The economy is tough and many people do not have the cash flow they did in the past and thus are looking for innovative ways they can financially help others, without having to come up with out of pocket cash.

That is why, the ClubShop Rewards Program has just created the ability for their Reward Card Members to donate their accumulated Reward Points back to the company, in exchange for a cash donation to the American Red Cross to use in their Haitian disaster relief efforts.

Current ClubShop Rewards Members may contact the company to assist in the ability to donate their reward points. Non members may now join for free at ClubShop.com and will have the ability to earn and redeem points to help in this effort.

To learn more, visit the ClubShop Rewards Program

ClubShop Rewards Program:
The ClubShop Rewards Program was founded in 1997 to allow consumers the ability to earn Reward Points and save money when shopping with affiliated online and offline merchants from around the globe. Members may redeem their Reward Points for cash back, gift cards, and or have the ability to make a donation to certain charities of their choice.

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