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GetOne Rewards Inc. Selects Trevelino/Keller To Lead Public Relations Strategy

Atlanta-based Digital Loyalty Company Chooses Firm Based on Deep Technology, Business-to-Business and Local Store Marketing Experience

ATLANTA, Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- GetOne Rewards Inc., an emerging leader in the digital loyalty and marketing industry, announces a partnership with Trevelino/Keller as the company's public relations agency of choice.

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Through this partnership, GetOne plans to establish its national presence while continuing to serve as a valuable resource for its scaling local client base. With a merchant-first approach in the Business-to-Business (B2B) space, GetOne integrates thoughtful customer loyalty communications and turnkey marketing solutions into one digital platform.

"As we set our goals for nationwide growth, we will rely on Trevelino/Keller's industry relevance and strategic thinking to serve our expanding communications needs," states Randy McCoy, CEO of GetOne Rewards. "We've seen examples of the firm's success at the critical touch points of an emerging company's national expansion, and so we anticipate a notable 2014."

Recognized as the fourth fastest growing firm in the United States, Trevelino/Keller is often selected by companies because of the combination of industry depth and service mix. GetOne Rewards was initially drawn to Trevelino/Keller's technology and corporate practices, as well as its in-depth experience with retail and restaurant establishments. However, it ultimately chose the firm based on its strength in local market media relations and its legacy of expanding some of the region's most recognized brands, including The Weather Channel, Moe's Southwest Grill, Planet Smoothie and MindSpring.

"GetOne Rewards is primed to disrupt the way merchants nationwide view customer loyalty," states Dean Trevelino, principal, Trevelino/Keller. "And the loyalty piece is just the beginning of its platform's ability to serve the local business owner, be it a single entrepreneur or a manager of a national chain."

Since its Atlanta market launch in 2010, GetOne has grown rapidly to enhance loyalty for national and local brands across the US. It has attracted the resources of top management, developers and investors. Their expertise and guidance has enriched the company with both experience and financial resources, ensuring GetOne's scaling potential in an ever-changing marketplace.

About GetOne Rewards Inc.
Headquartered in Atlanta, GetOne Rewards Inc. has developed software and mobile applications for retail establishments that want to digitize their traditional loyalty, communications and marketing systems and integrate them into one platform. The digital rewards program is integrated with social media, communication and marketing platforms that allow businesses to communicate and market directly to their loyal customers and send personalized messages and coupons directly to their mobile phones. For more information on GetOne, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or visit www.GetOneRewards.com.

About Trevelino/Keller
Headquartered in Atlanta with a presence in Washington, DC and Charleston, SC, Trevelino/Keller services emerging and established brands in public relations, social media, brand identity and marketing. Ranked previously as the country's fourth fastest growing firm and a top 30 best places to work agency, Trevelino/Keller is sought after by companies in Technology, B2Business, Lifestyle, GreenWorks, Food & Beverage and Health. 

Trevelino/Keller differentiates itself, in part, through its T/K Ventures initiatives which include WheelhouseTK, an extended marketing services consortium; Atlas Alliance, a global network of partners based in Europe, Middle East, South America and Asia Pacific; Groovy Studios, a creative platform to serve start-ups and entrepreneurs; Consume Brands, a culinary arts, brand extension, product incubation and reputation management collaboration; PRStarbase, a national talent portal; and Start-Opia, a Southeast-focused portal for start-ups, capitalists, experts and influencers.  For more info on Trevelino/Keller, visit www.trevelinokeller.com.  For a direct link to its ventures, visit www.wheelhousetk.com.

 

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