Back To School Weather Conditional Sales Promotions

August 18th, 2019 | Posted by US Weather Insurance in Uncategorized

It’s back to school time! For kids, this may not be an exciting statement, but for parents, it can be! While parents are out gathering supplies for their children’s school year, you can give them the ability to save or even avoid paying for supplies in total! If you own a stationery supply store or have a charity, the list of promotions we’ll mention will be a perfect way to get new customers flying into your store and increase profits at the same time.

So how does it work? Our Conditional Sales Promotions gives your clients the chance to make purchases between a certain time frame. If a previously determined weather condition (rain, snow, etc.) occurs on your specified date, your customers are reimbursed for the purchases they made.

So for a back to school promotion, let’s use this example:

Sales Promotion Date Range: July 1st to July 31st

Conditional Weather Date: Labor Day

Weather Condition To Receive Refund: Rain

So for those shoppers that made purchases between July 1st and 31st have the chance to get reimbursed for their purchases during that time frame if it were to rain on Labor Day! This is just one of many conditional sales promotions that you can set up for your business this year. We have listed some other ideas below:

  1. Pray for Rain
  2. Snow On Christmas
  3. 100 Degrees on Independence Day

The rules of a weather conditional promotion are simple, and it’s even more simple to set up. If you are interested in holding this kind of promotion for your own business, don’t hesitate to give us a call at 888-982-5488. You can also receive a free quote by visiting our website. We look forward to ensuring the success of your next event.

If you want to give or are looking for ways to receive back to school supplies, check out the Salvation Army. They offer ways to donate and receive school supplies around the U.S. so kids can get set for the new year without the parents breaking the bank.

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