Thursday, July 2, 2009

Despite recession, program participation jumps 20 percent

Despite the recession, U.S. consumer participation in rewards programs is on the rise across all demographic segments, according to COLLOQUY research released today. The study reports a 19% participation growth by the general population since 2007.

Activity in desirable demographic segments is up even more. Participation by Millennials (age 18-25) has soared 32% since last measured in 2007. Women as a demographic are up 29% in the same time period.

Loyalty marketing programs recognize and reward the best customers of a business. The statistics are included in COLLOQUY’s latest white paper titled, "After the Meltdown: Consumer Attitudes and Perceptions About Loyalty Programs in the Post-Recession Economy." The paper is available for a free download at www.colloquy.com/whitepapers.

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