VOILA Hotel Rewards Partners with Thanks Again
Wednesday December 11th, 2013 - 10:41AM J
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NEWPORT BEACH, CA—VOILA Hotel Rewards, an independent hotel loyalty program, recently partnered with Thanks Again to accelerate members' earnings by rewarding them for purchases whether they're traveling or staying close to home.
Thanks Again provides members with the opportunity to earn rewards at more than 160 U.S. airports and 25,000 participating businesses nationwide. Members earn miles/points simply by shopping, dining or parking at participating airports. They can also earn more of their favorite rewards when purchasing from local businesses such as dry cleaners, spas and golf courses.
"In five years, VOILA Hotel Rewards has established themselves as a leader in the independent hotel loyalty space and proven they understand exactly what travelers need," stated Ed Puckhaber, Thanks Again President. "In terms of strategy, VOILA gives us unparalleled access to a member base of guests who enjoy staying at one-of-a-kind properties and having unique experiences. With Thanks Again, travelers can now be rewarded with VOILA Hotel Rewards points whenever they eat at a new restaurant, buy souvenirs at an airport or get clothes dry cleaned around the corner."
To join for free, consumers securely register any credit or debit card at www.thanksagain.com/voila and automatically earn VOILA points when purchasing from participating businesses throughout the Thanks Again Rewarding Merchant NetworkSM.
"We love making it easy for our members to earn more VOILA points and reach their next vacation faster, which is why we are thrilled to be partnering with Thanks Again," stated Peter Gorla, VOILA Hotel Rewards Managing Director. "Thanks Again offers amazing opportunities for earnings because VOILA members are rewarded for doing what comes already comes naturally – shopping and dining in airports during their travels throughout North America."
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