Vitamin Shoppe hosts ‘Share the Health’ expo Aug. 16
North Bergen, N.J. – The Vitamin Shoppe will host its latest "Share the Health" expo on Aug. 16, in more than 600 stores nationwide. As part of this event, each store will offer its own specialized festivities, such as free product samples and consultations with local wellness partners.
This marks the ninth Share the Health Expo hosted by the Vitamin Shoppe since 2012. The Vitamin Shoppe stores will host wellness partners from their communities throughout the day, ranging from local gyms and spas to chiropractors and product representatives.
SkinStore uses Coherent Path predictive tool
Gold River, Calif. – Specialty online health- and beauty-care retailer SkinStore is using predictive technology from Coherent Path to help deliver personalized offers that build long-term customer loyalty. The cloud-based Coherent Path solution is designed to enable retailers to understand the trajectory of customer journeys and deliver the products, offers and experiences that drive satisfaction, loyalty and customer lifetime value.
This optimal product mix changes for each buyer, and over time. This lifelong ‘journey’ inspires customers to buy more from the same retailer, and in turn, to try new products, often with greater value. Campaigns can be delivered through any channel – email, Web, mobile, direct mail, and in-store –with Coherent Path’s orientation toward strengthening customer relationships during the long term.
“Our customers value the breadth of products, information and advice available at SkinStore.com,” said Steve Brown, COO of SkinStore. “Coherent Path allows us to better understand each customer’s needs and interests and to deliver the personalized offers and experiences that resonate and build trust. As a result, we see increased customer engagement and revenue from Coherent Path-guided campaigns.”
Turkeys go digital this Thanksgiving
The smart home phenomenon is coming to dinner this Thanksgiving and Jennie-O and smart thermometer manufacturer iDevices are bringing the technology.
Leading turkey brand Jennie-O and iDevices have created a promotion designed to increase consumption of turkey and bring greater precision to the art of properly cooking a turkey. The companies this month began offering a $10 off coupon on packages of Jennie-O brand turkey products good toward the purchase of an iDevices’ smart thermometer. The smart device, available at leading retailers, allows cooks to remotely monitor the temperature of meat and eliminate the need to hover over the oven or grill while perfectly cooking turkey to an internal temperature of 165 degrees. When that temperature is reached, users can configure settings in the app to send an alert up to 150 feet away.
“Our latest partnership with iDevices helps us to provide busy cooks the information they need to prepare great-tasting meals for their families and add a new level of convenience to their cooking routine,” said Jen Ehresmann, director of marketing at Jennie-O, a division of Hormel Foods. “An easy-to-use meat thermometer is a simple, hassle-free tool that can help ensure turkey is fully cooked to a delicious 165 degrees each and every time.”