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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on July 12, 2013. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on July 12, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Professional Dog Trainer||Houston, TX|
|Running Specialist||Burlington, IA|
|Sales & Marketing Summer Internship ~ Wyndham Vacation Ownership ~ Orlando Florida||Orlando, FL|
|Sales Representative (No Cold Calling)||Madison, WI|
|Sales Associate||Tulsa, OK|
|Sales Executive Summer Internship ~ Wyndham Vacation Ownership ~ South FL||Pompano Beach, FL|
|Intern - Assistant Video Editor||New York, NY|
|Royal Service Agent||Dallas, TX|
|Financial Advisor||Grand Forks, ND|
|Digital Client Manager||Boston, MA|
It used to be that airlines were the only businesses that I could earn rewards with, but as many markets have become more competitive, companies from all kinds of industries have jumped on the bandwagon. While offering great products and services at reasonable prices should be enough to keep customers, many companies aren’t able to do that–so they offer rewards instead. The problem is that managing a rewards program has nothing to do with running most business. That’s where Destination Rewards steps in. They’re a Boca Raton, FL (and Plymouth, MI) based company that creates and manages “web-based customized rewards programs.” Destination Rewards does all of the heavy lifting, and their clients can just plug and play.
Even if you’re received rewards through one of Destination Rewards’ programs, you probably wouldn’t know it. They’ve done work for Citi, Coca-Cola, Humana, Experian, Time Warner, and TXU Energy. Destination Rewards separates their offerings into two programs: Loyalty and Incentives. Additionally, they offer a variety of services that range from acting as an agency to fulfilling orders. This means that clients can get all of the benefits of offering a rewards program without any of the distractions. It seems like a pretty cool business. If you’re interested in learning it firsthand, take a look at Destination Rewards’ Careers page. Right now they’re hiring for the following positions:
Who needs rewards when you can have a rewarding career at Destination Rewards?
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