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Rewards Nexus Foresees Major Opportunities Following GrubHub Inc.'s IPO

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 04/09/14 -- Rewards Nexus Inc. (OTC Pink: ERNI) (PINKSHEETS: ERNI) announces their positive take on GrubHub Inc.'s recent IPO and the extensive opportunities it creates for their subsidiary company, Earn IQ Inc., and the online food ordering industry as a whole.

As exemplified by the success of Grubhub, this creates a great awareness of the industry among the investment community. GrubHub is Earn IQ's largest competitor, however, competing only on one side of their business. Earn IQ not only allows consumers to order food online from their favorite restaurants, but also offers a way for them to save money every time, on both online and in-store food orders, with their innovative loyalty platform.

Earn IQ will continue to heavily focus on developing customer loyalty and satisfaction by improving user experience and interface among their website and all mobile applications in the coming months.

Nikolaos Mangas, President of Rewards Nexus Inc. added: "Although many companies might fear GrubHub's IPO leap, I feel it actually validates our long-term investment. Being that our company is more focused on rewards, this can only boost our credibility as an online food ordering company and help us grow faster into other industries."

Niko Papavasilopoulos, Vice-President of Rewards Nexus stated: "GrubHub's IPO is a great opportunity for this industry, considering it paves the way for important and new trends. I believe it creates more space for other companies to step in and compete with the few industry leaders that are out there now."

About Rewards Nexus Inc.
Rewards Nexus offers U.S. retailers innovative loyalty solutions including rewards and gift card programs, along with emerging marketing strategies aimed at consumers. Rewards Nexus grows through acquisitions and cooperative agreements with companies that have high potential and capabilities of achieving sustainable growth, resulting in a rapidly acquiring market share. The Company builds key strategies for its subsidiaries while providing financing and operational business support.
www.rewardsnexus.com

About Earn IQ Inc.
Earn IQ Inc. is a B2B and B2C company offering a consumer loyalty platform coupled with marketing and advertising services for various industries. The company is currently running an innovative -- first of its kind -- rewards program in the US, serving restaurants in the New York area with combined services of online food ordering and in-store dining rewards. In addition, it provides consumers with unique opportunities to interact and engage with flexible online and mobile products.
www.earniq.com

Issued by Rewards Nexus Inc.
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For further information in this release please contact:
Mrs. Vasiliki Anagnostou
Rewards Nexus Inc.
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