The other day I put a call out for people to help me raise $400 for my friend Maureen. Maureen was put through credit card hell because of a mistake on the part of the Marriott Renaissance Orlando. I put up $100 from a review that I will be doing for the Eye-Fi memory card through SocialSpark but I also asked for help and offered reviews of blogs for $50. The call was immediately answered by Tricia Meyer of Sunshine Rewards.
I took a look at Sunshine Rewards to find out what it is all about. Sunshine Rewards is a loyalty program dedicated to paying you back for reading emails, visiting websites, and shopping on the Internet. Let’s just say I am impressed at what Tricia has created here. I don’t think I would have any clue where to start to set up a program of this nature that helps people earn and also saves them money. I also noticed that Tricia doesn’t advertise Sunshine Rewards very much. I asked her about it and she told me this.
“What I like people to understand most is that we are a coupon and cash back site that is run by a family and takes care of each customer individually. You can see from our forum, videoblog, facebook page, etc. that our members know us personally and know that we are going to do everything that we can do take care of them. We don’t do much advertising because our best members are the ones that are referred to us by other happy members.”
That is a very nice model for customer service. I think that is why Tricia was drawn to help out Maureen. I can tell from Tricia’s personal blog as well as through the work on Sunshine Rewards that Tricia and her family care about helping people find great deals online.
Can you also think of any other rewards program that has meetups like going to Ohana’s at Walt Disney World? Check this out.
I’ve also checked into the Forum on Sunshine Rewards and it is hoppin’. With a large community of people at Sunshine Rewards and so many big name advertisers and shopping options Tricia is certainly doing something right. A lesson that Marriott could have learned from. Thank you so very much Tricia.
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