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UNTUCKit Hits a Holiday Home Run by Following These 5 Simple Tips to Market to the Military

UNTUCKit boosts its marketing to the military by providing a 50% holiday discount for service members, veterans and military families.
When it first launched online in 2011, UNTUCKit blazed onto the retail scene with their unique line of men’s shirts that are designed to be worn untucked. The stylishly comfortable clothing line soon gathered a loyal following, and within four years the company began launching brick-and-mortar stores across the country, offering clothing for women and ...
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Honoring Our Service Members and Their Families: Exclusive Offers for Veterans Day

Today’s top brands team up with SheerID to offer exclusive deals to military members and their families. Portland, OR — November 6, 2018 — With Veterans Day right around the corner, both large and small companies across the country are teaming up with SheerID to provide gated, exclusive offers to verified military members and their ...
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How the Travel Industry Can Up Its Game When Marketing to the Military

A smiling military woman appreciates how hospitality companies are marketing to the military.
Hospitality brands know a good thing when they see it, and military programs are a good thing. The military segment has $1 trillion in spending power and takes three times more vacations. Providing exclusive offers to the military community is a powerful way to attract loyal customers and differentiate a brand – nothing generates goodwill ...
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Zoosk Fights Online Romance Scams with Military Verification

Zoosk's online dating platform uses military verification to protect clients from romance scams perpetrated by military impersonators. The company also provides a gated offer with a 20% discount to verified service members.
Romance scams are big business. In 2016, the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center received 15,000 complaints, and victims’ financial losses exceeded $230 million -- a fraction of the actual loss because only 15 percent of these types of crime are ever reported. Sadly, 82 percent of romance scam victims are women, and women over 50 ...
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