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Rubio partner with The Waikato Rugby Union ‘Fit For Summer’

Hamilton based Loyalty and Technology experts, Rubio, partner with The Waikato Rugby Union ‘Fit For Summer’ Challenge

In an act of Social Giving, Hamilton-based technology leaders Rubio have partnered with The Waikato Rugby Union’s ‘Fit For Summer’ Challenge.

The Waikato Rugby Union’s ‘Fit For Summer’ campaign is a three month challenge held from 12th September to 12th December 2015.

Getting in at grass roots level, Rubio is helping out by donating two Debbi cards each week to the male and female competitors that have lost the most weight that week.

All entrants of the The Waikato Rugby Union’s ‘Fit For Summer’ Challenge will receive four tickets to Waikato’s final two home games and the first 100 entrants will receive a Waikato Rugby Union towel.

Rubio’s solutions help a business identify and reward their loyal customers while at the same time providing valuable insights into their customer behaviour and how it could be positively altered in the future.

The overall winners will be determined by the best average percentage improvement in the three metrics: weight lost, hip measurement reduction and waist measurement reduction

The competitor with the best improvement will win 15% of total pool of funds, second place wins 7% of total pool of funds and the final 3% of prize pool is drawn out of a hat to be awarded to a random contestant/participant.

Rubio has devoted substantial resources to provide the platform business needs to be successful. The technology platforms power a combined 13 million transactions per week across Australasia, Asia and Europe.

Rubio is one of the only companies in New Zealand able to offer a prepaid rewards card that can be redeemed anywhere that EFTPOS is accepted.

If you are interested in participating in the ‘Fit For Summer’ Challenge, you can find out more information here: http://www.mooloocommunityrugby.co.nz/news/fit-for-summer/


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