Running a Conditional Rebate Promotion

April 15th, 2016 | Posted by Alicia Milillo in weather insurance

Conditional rebate promotions better known as sales promotions are very  popular with our clients who own retail locations and are looking to increase foot traffic during specific part of the year. During that time, clients will have the opportunity to receive a rebate on their purchases if a big event occurs. The most popular sales promotion for US Weather Insurance is a max high temperature on July 4th however we can always run a conditional rebate promotion for events that aren’t centered around the weather for example the NCAA Tournament or The Masters Championship. Regardless of what you choose for your ‘big event’ sales promotions are a great way to get your company name out there and project a positive image for your brand. In order to get started running a sales promotion, US Weather Insurance just needs to know the information below. Once we have all that information we can formulate a price quote and get the policy started!  To get more information on conditional events visit usweatherinsurance.com or interactivepromotions.com!

 

–       Recording Date- The actual date that the event would occur

–       Sales Period- Time frame where the customers are eligible to win back their purchase (this can be a weekend or multiple months)

–       Estimated Sales Volume- based on the sales period

–       Details on the  Big Event- weather based or sports based

 

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