Rather than giving away free stuff, The North Face and Red Robin create customized "experience" rewards for faithful customers
When The North Face launched its loyalty program online last year and in retail stores last April, the company wanted to do more than reward customers for what they buy. It wanted to reward them for what they do.
Sure, members of VIPeak, which is based on the Tibco Loyalty Lab platform, can accrue points for purchasing a fleece jacket or some sneakers. But they can also rack up points by running in the San Francisco Endurance Challenge or talking up the brand on social media.
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