Incentive Industry Fundraisers Aid Veterans, Children
By Leo Jakobson
January 29, 2014
The Incentive Gift Card Council's annual holiday gift campaigns have raised more than $100,000 in donations for the Wounded Warrior Project and Make-A-Wish Foundation over the past four years, the group announced this week.
The Incentive Gift Card Council's (IGCC) most recent year-end fundraiser, to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project collected $31,800 in gift cards contributed by IGCC members. The cards, representing a broad range of retail, food, and entertainment brands, directly supported injured servicemen and women and their families.
That brought the four-year total of the annual campaign over the $100,000 mark.
“Once again, our members stepped forward in the true spirit of the season to help others, and we’re thankful for their generous contributions,” said Rory Smith, director of sales North America for Ovation Incentives and chair of the 2013 Holiday Gift Campaign.
The 2013 contributing IGCC members included:
Diamond Level: Great Lakes Script Center, Restaurant.com, RPG Gift Cards
Platinum Level: CorporateRewards.com, L.L.Bean, SVM
Gold Level: AMC Theatres, Bass Pro Shops, Bonton Stores, Inc., Crutchfield, Foot Locker Gift Card Sales, GiftCard Partners, Hallmark Business Connections, Hinda Incentives, Impact Consulting Group, InComm Digital Solutions, InteliSpend Prepaid Solutions, Manna Group Scrip Co., National Gift Card Corp., Ovation Incentives, Red Door Spa, Regal Entertainment Group, TJX Incentive Sales, Inc., Vera Bradley, Walgreens.
Silver Level: Augeo Marketing, Buffalo Wild Wings, Boscov’s, Cabela’s, CashStar, The Cheesecake Factory, eGifter, GCIncentives, Great American Days, JCPenney Incentive Sales, Landry’s Inc., Land’s End, Marketing Innovators, Premium Incentive Products, Rymax Marketing Services, SpaFinder Wellness, Stoner Bunting. Value Pay Services.
Bronze Level: DineEquity, Inc.
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