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Town of Riverview reintroduces rewards program to promote local businesses

RIVERVIEW (N.B.) – The Town of Riverview has relaunched a local shopping program to help business owners increase customer traffic and sales amid challenging times post-pandemic. 

Riverview Rewards is a loyalty-based shopping program that encourages shoppers to choose local first. Cardholders will have access to deals and discounts throughout the year that can be redeemed in-store to further enhance their shopping experience. 

“There will be lots of fun and exciting things to come. We have new businesses that have signed on and many of our past participating businesses continue to support the program,” said Yat-Long Murphy, Community Engagement Worker – Business, with the Town of Riverview. 

The R Card will allow shoppers to cash in on benefits and promotions representing the diverse businesses found in Riverview. Retailers, dining establishments and service providers will have the ability to customize their offers each month based on their needs and customer profiles. 

“Participating in the Riverview Rewards Program is one way to integrate into the Town’s initiatives that continue to support the community,” said Hamerika MacNeil, co-owner of Spicy Grillz.  

To benefit from promotions and deals, a shopper simply needs to present their R Card at purchase to take advantage of the offer for that location. Participation is free and R Cards can be found at any participating businesses, Riverview Town Hall, or they can be ordered online to be mailed directly to your home. 

As a special promotion, the Town of Riverview will be drawing for one R Card holder to win $500 in prizes from our participating businesses. To enter, sign up for an R Card today or re-register your existing R Card by December 21st. A draw will take place at the end of the year. 

Visit RiverviewRewards.ca for more information. 

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