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It pays, literally, to be a VIP at Thrift Town. Last week, Kathleen J. from Sacramento, CA was randomly selected from Thrift Town’s VIP database to receive a $250 Thrift Town Gift Card, as well as given the opportunity for Thrift Town to donate $250 on her behalf, to her choice of Thrift Town charity partners.
Roseville, CA (PRWEB) January 24, 2013
It pays, literally, to be a VIP at Thrift Town. Last week, Kathleen J. from Sacramento, CA was randomly selected from Thrift Town’s VIP database to receive a $250 Thrift Town Gift Card, as well as given the opportunity for Thrift Town to donate $250 on her behalf, to her choice of Thrift Town charity partners. All this simply for being signed up in Thrift Town’s VIP email marketing program.
Giving back to the community is nothing new for Thrift Town. Thrift Town prides itself on investing into not only communities in which their stores are located, but also in their customers. Kathleen was the most recent winner in a long history of Thrift Town VIP appreciation giveaways. Just a few months ago, Thrift Town VIP Sara R. from Arlington TX, was also randomly selected from Thrift Town’s VIP database and won two $250 Thrift Town gift cards, one for her and one for a friend, in addition to receiving a free personal styling session by a thrift fashion expert.
“Our VIPS are like family, and we absolutely love to reward them for their passion for thrift and their loyalty to Thrift Town. Our VIP program offers so many unique ways for us to value our customers on an on-going basis. It feels great to give back to the people that make Thrift Town come to life every day.” ~Wendy Steinmetz, VP of Marketing, Thrift Town Stores.
Kathleen was treated like the VIP she is the minute she walked through Thrift Town’s Sacramento, CA store doors. Met with great fanfare; applause, balloons, and photo ops, Kathleen was then presented with her prizes. As a special surprise, a representative from Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Greater Sacramento Area was on hand to personally receive the $250 donation, as Kathleen’s Thrift Town charity partner of choice. For complete information on Kathleen’s amazing VIP experience, visit Thrift Town’s blog.
Kathleen is no stranger to helping with charities, and was thrilled part of the prize package she won directly benefited a local non-profit organization. Kathleen worked for a charity for 13 years, and cares a lot about people with special needs. What a perfect person to receive a prize after her years of being committed to giving back herself.
Other benefits of joining Thrift Town’s free VIP program besides being automatically entered to win their quarterly appreciation giveaways, includes exclusive savings coupons, newsletters, and sales alerts conveniently delivered right to your inbox. Thrift Town also hosts and awards prizes for quarterly and seasonal promotions that encourage customer and community participation such as their What a Find, Prom Attire, Halloween, and recently completed Ugly Christmas Sweater Contests. Click here for more information or to become a Thrift Town VIP.
Next VIP Giveaway will take place March 31st.
In addition to treating all their customers like VIP’s and engaging with customers daily in stores, Thrift Town is social as well. Join Thrift Town on Facebook/Thrifttown, Twitter, Pinterest/pinthrifttown, Instagram #thrifttown, and Tumblr to keep informated of all the thrifty coolness that goes on at Thrift Town.
Thrift Town lives its vision statement of being committed to making a difference every day, helping to raise over $250,000,000 for their charity partners. Thrift Town’s award winning clean, bright, and organized stores put out 4,000 gently used products daily, setting them apart in the thrift world as the premier thrift destination. Thrift Town is owned and operated by Norquist Salvage Corporation, which has spend over four decades dedicated to socially responsible recycling.
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