RewardMe Loyalty Program Hits Vancouver!

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It almost seems like it was just yesterday that RewardMe went mainstream in the San Francisco Bay area, and within a short few weeks RewardMe has gone international and has launched in Vancouver, Canada.

RewardMe in Vancouver has partnered up with restaurants and cafes such as Starbucks, Robson’s All India Restaurant, Da Jia Japanese Restaurant, Sushi Mart, Beefy Beef Noodles, Trees Organic Coffee and Vancouver Magazine’s Best Cheap Eats Zero One Sushi.

The reason why these establishments have decided to sign up and use RewardMe Loyalty Program is because it’s designed not to focus on the one time bargain hunter who will enjoy the deal and then never come back. It’s a program that focuses specifically on how to get repeat customer activity.

What’s also bad is once a daily deal is done, a restaurant is no longer advertised with the daily deal company. The company is off to focus on the next company that wants to do a daily deal. They don’t provide continuous advertising and marketing for a restaurant. They don’t try to build a long term relationship to help improve the sales and marketing for the restaurant. They don’t mention a restaurant to their growing customer base. If you want to be able to reach their new e-mail subscription list you need advertise with them again, and again give them at least 50% off. Read more [+]

The RewardMe Loyalty Program becomes mainstream in the SF Bay Area

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In a short amount of time, RewardMe has established a strong presence and has become a fan favorite for restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area. Some notable places include: Denny’s, Coupa Cafe, Posh Bagels, Cantankerous Fish, Pho Garden, Barracuda Sushi, Sweet Corner, Han’s KoreanĀ Cuisine, and more.

RewardMe aims to become the dominant Loyalty Program for Restaurants and other stores to engage their customers and increase repeat customers & referrals via mobile marketing

Our users love RewardMe too. Thousands of users are using it regularly, even weekly, at restaurants participating in RewardMe, enjoying their points and rewards. Edo Peno, a Yelp Elite for three years straight, wrote a blogpost on how much he likes RewardMe.

Since we are in the center of Silicon Valley, we’ve been getting attention on the popular Q&A site Quora too, asking about how we established our traction.

We are excited to continue to support the community and create a closer relationship between stores and their best customers. We are soon doing our big launch in Vancouver and Southern California. We are also expanding quickly to the East Coast and other cities in the US and Canada.

If you run a restaurant and want to keep up with the times as well as create better relationships with your customers, let us know!