LoyaltyPrint 2.0 Adds Premier Closing Gifts
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LoyaltyPrint 2.0 Adds Premier Closing Gifts

March 1, 2010

LoyaltyExpress has announced its LoyaltyPrint Version 2.0 site release, dramatically empowering loan officers and real estate professionals with an enhanced collection of high-quality closing gifts. Now when users customize greeting cards and postcards for direct mailings to customers, prospects and partners--closing gifts can be selected to powerfully convey distinguishable appreciation.
LoyaltyPrint site enhancements include:
Personalized address stamp
Attractive and practical homeowner's address stamp packaged in a wooden box with engraved logo.
Magazine subscriptions
One-year magazine subscriptions with personalized 4" x 4" mailing labels (on cover of each issue).
Gift card sets
Gift card sets of either 24 postcards or 15 premium cards (birthday, thank you, holiday, moving, and other events).
Brownies and cookies
Brownies, cookies, and a mix of each from market-leading confectioner.
Candles
Elegant, long-lasting candles-- the best quality in the world.
Household items and tools
Gardening, barbecue, and highway kits.
Calendars
Exceptional selection of boutique calendars (hanging, desk, and journal formats).
"LoyaltyExpress has distinguished itself on high-quality standards & methodologies in the one-to-one mortgage-marketing industry," said Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Doyle. "Our market-leading programs and services allow our clients to cost-effectively incorporate world-class communications. I'm especially delighted to roll-out the magazine subscription gift. It's a great product to generate long-lasting appreciation--and referrals--with every edition."
LoyaltyPrint users can select from popular magazine titles in the home and personal finance categories. On every magazine cover, a four-by-four-inch mailing label features the loan officer's/agent's photo, company logo, contact information and a short greeting.
For more information, visit www.loyaltyexpress.com and www.loyaltyprint.com.

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