12/15/08

Memolink.com Increases Its Point Rebates for Holiday Shoppers Just in Time for “Green Monday”

Katie Evans , Managing Editor, International Research

DENVER, Dec. 8 Memolink.com, a leading online rewards program, today announced it has dramatically increased the points earned by members for purchases made at over two hundred of its most popular stores. The increase starts on one of the busiest online shopping days of the year, known as “Green Monday,” and lasts throughout the entire holiday shopping season. Memolink.com is one of the largest online rewards programs with over one thousand shopping partners and ten million members. Membership at Memolink.com is free.

Memolink members earn points for completing market research surveys and making online purchases. Points can be exchanged for cash, gift cards or monetarily donated to a participating charitable organization. Through January 5, shoppers will receive almost double the usual points for purchases from HSN, drugstore.com, Walmart.com and many more.

"During this season of giving, Memolink.com is pleased to give back even more to our members and help them make the most of their holiday budgets," said David Asseoff, president and CEO, Memolink Inc. "We always try to show our appreciation and spread good cheer to our members during the holidays, but it’s especially important in tough economic times. We hope this increase conveys our sentiments."

For more information, go to http://www.memolink.com/holidays.

About Memolink Inc.
Founded in 1994, Memolink Inc. is a privately owned and operated company in Denver, Colo. Memolink was originally an offline college marketing company, but later launched Memolink.com in November 1998. Memolink Inc. also operates CPA Storm, an online ad network. The company was recently recognized by Inc. Magazine for the second consecutive year as one of the fastest growing companies in America, and placed among the top ten companies to work for in the state of Colorado. For more information, go to http://www.memolinkinc.com.

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Electronic commerce, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, loyalty program, pricing, Shoppers Drug Mart

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