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Exeter Chamber partners with Buzzub

Exeter Chamber partners with Buzzub

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exeter–Cash back rewards are becoming more and more popular. Now, Exeter businesses might jump on board the cash back train, with the possible implementation of Buzzub for Exeter Chamber of Commerce members.

The Exeter Chamber of Commerce, recently announced their new opportunity for their businesses. In their partnership deal with Buzzub, Chamber members can pay a discounted amount for the app’s cash back rewards program for shopping.

The Exeter Chamber of Commerce hopes this new business tool will create a “cross pollination of traffic” for local Exeter business. Essentially, they hope people will shop at multiple businesses within Exeter if they receive the reward s for shopping. Overall, the Chamber hopes Buzzub will create a more enjoyable experience for Chamber members as well as their customers.

Buzzub has multiple offerings for digital coupons. Additionally, if someone uses their cash back rewards program, they can also donate part of their rewards to a charity. The Chamber also hopes using this program could booster businesses’ Google reviews and ratings.

Buzzub is geared towards local business. In fact, their slogan is “Local makes a come back.” And Exeter isn’t the only city within the Central Valley who is testing the waters with this new app. Over a dozen merchants and organizations within Visalia are also using Buzzub to promote their businesses. These businesses include Groppetti Automotive, Tux-N-Tails, Brady’s Custom Audio, Imagine U, FoodLink of Tulare County and the Visalia Chamber of Commerce to name a few.

The open enrolment period ends July 31 of this year. So act soon if you want to partake in the Buzzub offer. The free Buzzub app can be downloaded from the App Store or from Google Play.

 

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