Restaurant.com reignited a promotion partnership with the world’s largest maternity retailer, Destination Maternity.
The campaign, which offers a free Restaurant.com gift certificate to shoppers at all Motherhood Maternity, A Pea in the Pod, and Destination Maternity retail locations nationwide began Wednesday, Nov. 23.
There are three gift levels for shoppers this year:
- a $50 Restaurant.com Gift Certificate will be awarded to Motherhood Maternity customers who spend $75 or more
- a $75 Restaurant.com Gift Certificate will be awarded to Destination Maternity customers who spend $125 or more
- a $100 Restaurant.com Gift Certificate will be awarded to A Pea in the Pod customers who spend $175 or more.
“We’re excited to work with Destination Maternity for the third year in a row,” says Howie Schnuer, senior vice president of Incentive & Loyalty Solutions at Restaurant.com. “Last year’s promotion was a huge success with great feedback from our customers. This made it simple for us to re-launch it this holiday season. We look forward to offering customers great savings again this year.”
Restaurant.com gift certificate codes and redemption information will print on a customer’s receipt. This enables instant gratification for customers seeking savings on a meal after their shopping excursion. Additionally, Restaurant.com gift codes will be included on online receipts for customers choosing internet shopping via Destination Maternity’s websites.
“Restaurant.com has partnered with us to develop an exciting program that our clients love and that helps increase customer loyalty during these important holiday weeks,” says Ed Krell, CEO of Destination Maternity Corporation.
For more information about how your company can use Restaurant.com as an incentive or loyalty solution, visit http://www.Incentives.Restaurant.com or contact the Restaurant.com staff at email@example.com or 877-833-2352.
Destination Maternity is the home of the world's leading maternity brands Motherhood Maternity and A Pea in the Pod.
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