This is where RewardsForHeroes.com comes in. Rewards For Heroes provides to Military, Fire Fighters and Police officers a product that has never been introduced before; a discount glossary. Rewards For Heroes has made the phone calls, confirmed the discounts offered, and provided all the discount information on their website. They have also taken it one step further by negotiating new deals where there were none. The Rewards For Heroes sticker is starting to pop up in the windows of establishments all across the country.
It may be that Rewards For Heroes has discovered the perfect niche for their company. And what a niche it is. There are millions of people who qualify for the service. Membership is free and is used as a filter to make sure those who are trying to gain access to the discounts really are entitled to them.
I first heard of the site from my friend who had recently joined the Air Force. We had agreed to meet up for lunch at a local steakhouse. When he opened up his wallet I noticed the light blue card. I asked him what it was and he told me about the concept. When I pressed him as to why not just carry a military I.D. he laughed as if I didn’t understand. I insisted and he explained that Rewards For Heroes was great because it was a third party company campaigning for discounts on his behalf, which hadn’t existed before.
The website also allows retired personnel to sign up. The categories offering discounts continue to grow on a daily basis, stretching from restaurants and shopping, to theme parks and zoos, and even cycling lessons and fishing charters. There is no quicker, easier way to determine which companies offer which discounts to our service personnel. In this time of uncertainty, it’s great to see a company make giving back their very foundation.