NANAIMO — GetintheLoop, a mobile app specializing in providing consumers exclusive promotions from local businesses, has launched in Nanaimo, BC with Island Radio, a Division of the Jim Pattison Broadcast Group. After launching in Kelowna 3 years ago, GetintheLoop, has expanded to 7 cities across BC connecting 50,000+ users/members to thousands of exclusive deals from restaurants, spas, golf courses, wineries, retailers, activities and more.
Of the company’s recent expansion to Nanaimo, GetintheLoop CEO Matt Crowell said “Its no secret consumers are using their smartphones more and more to look for information and pricing when making decisions to spend their disposable income. We are excited to bring great deals and savings to some of Nanaimo’s bestl known businesses.”
The GetintheLoop app is a marketplace benefitting both consumers and businesses:
• Local consumers who download the free GetintheLoop app onto their phones get exclusive deals without having to pre-purchase or print coupons. All Offers are live on the app for immediate use from businesses such as Boston Pizza, Power House Foods, Landlubbers, NYLA, Casino Nanaimo, Coast Bastion Hotel, Cottonwoods Golf and more.
• GetintheLoop for Business helps your business attract new customers and build brand awareness through mobile app, email and digital marketing services. The promotional based marketing tool has provided positive results/ROI for thousands of businesses from Kelowna, Kamloops to Victoria.
Based in Kelowna, BC, GetintheLoop partners with leading media companies and sports organizations to reach widespread consumer audiences through a combination of radio, TV, print, mobile, online advertising and social media. The GetintheLoop marketing tool allows businesses the control and flexibility they need to raise awareness, drive demand, and boost sales through exclusive promotions sent directly to consumers who have signed up to receive them. All revenues generated are kept by the business and all results are shown in the GetintheLoop Business Dashboard. Smartphone users simply download the app for free, find an exclusive offer they want to use and show up to the business to get the deal; no pre-purchasing or printing coupons required.
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