Spent App Offers Users 3 Percent Cash for Filling Up Their Cars
Spent, a mobile commerce company has committed to give back 3 percent cash on all U.S. fuel purchases to support hurricane victims
NEW YORK, September 14, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Spent, a mobile commerce company has committed to give back 3 percent cash on U.S. fuel purchases at all major stations and cities toward hurricane relief and recovery.
The Spent action toward hurricane Florence relief and recovery includes all major gas stations Shell, Chevron, Exxon Mobil, 76, Valero and Costco Fuel in every U.S. city. Everyone with the free Spent app and account will automatically receive 3 percent on fuel purchases to give back and support the hurricane Florence victims.
“Our family of customers and associates are experiencing devastating impact from this storm,” said Erno Tauriainen, Founder of Spent. “We are on the ground to help our friends and neighbors in the impacted regions, and we’ll continue to be in the tough days, weeks, and months ahead.”
“In the midst of the worst storm this region has seen, it is wonderful to see corporate partners step up and help. We invite everyone to join to help easily by shopping and hopefully Spent map can provide help to locate the closest gas stations and shops for groceries and life supplies,” said Erno Tauriainen.
To help those in need, Spent is launching a customer campaign with the American Red Cross to assist with Florence relief and recovery.
- With Spent app and map you can locate the closest grocery stores, gas stations, hotels and pharmacies.
During the campaign, all the members of free Spent iPhone and Android mobile app who fill up at a major gas station will receive 3 percent back to voluntarily donate to the American Red Cross. Spent recommends users to contribute to the American Red Cross or directly to hurricane victims through PayPal. https://www.redcross.org/donate/hurricane-florence-donations.html
Spent helps people around the world save money and live better – anytime and anywhere – in retail stores, online, hotels, restaurants or transportation through their mobile devices.
Additional information about Spent can be found by downloading the mobile app and visiting http://www.spentapp.com, on Facebook at http://bit.ly/SpentFacebook on Twitter at http://twitter.com/spent_app and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/spentapp/
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